climate change

Earth Day should be every day

Happy Earth Day everyone! It was certainly a lovely, warm day here at the farm, one of the few we’ve had so far this spring. Seemed like winter wanted to hang on forever, and then of course, spring flooding from lots of rain, still frozen ground, and rapid snow/ice melt…sigh…this is why I’ll be building […]

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A tough, hot, dry season

I’m not going to lie, this growing season is hard. It’s hard because it’s soooo hot! I know most people like a hot and sunny summer, but for those of us who work outside 8-10 hours a day, this summer has been brutal. And it has also been dry. Drought dry. My area is better

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Environment under Siege

I woke up this morning to saddening news. Federal scientists confirm that Alberta oilsands tailings ponds are leaking, polluting ground water and seeping into the Athabasca River. This is not new news. This didn’t just happen yesterday. But this news is important because federal scientists are saying it, and not just maligned environmental groups. This

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