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Nancy Slonim Aronie
One of the questions I have dreaded for the last four years is, “Do you have kids?”
5:41 pm, November 20, 2014
Sand Mining Discussion Needs All Voices
Beyond the economic forces and aesthetic values that will drive interest in restoring eroding beaches at any cost, there is also a serious...
5:24 pm, November 20, 2014
End of Apple Era Presses on the Heart
Naches Heights in the Yakima Valley is just east of the Cascade Mountains, the part of Washington state where the lush green of the mountains gives...
5:06 pm, November 13, 2014
Cranberry Harvest is Local Success Story
On Halloween morning, Carol Magee, the executive director of the Vineyard Open Land Foundation, gave me my first lesson in cranberry sorting.
4:56 pm, November 13, 2014
Lessons on Water Quality from Our Cape Cod Neighbors
Sooner or later, the nitrogen pollution threatening the health of Martha’s Vineyard coastal ponds will affect us all. Our jobs are dependent on our...
2:30 pm, November 10, 2014
Replaying the Hollywood Blacklist
It was November 1974. Forty years ago. I was meeting an award-winning writer for lunch at the Black Dog Tavern. A great excuse to come to the...
4:07 pm, November 6, 2014
Nature's Advocate, Sentence by Sentence Over a Lifetime
The following is excerpted from an essay written in 1973 by the author and taken from his soon-to-be-released collection of nature essays published...
4:43 pm, October 30, 2014
Yes to Bottle Bill Is Deposit for the Future
Sometimes I feel like the supermarket Styrofoam bandit. When I find produce that I want to purchase and it is wrapped in plastic or Styrofoam, I...
4:40 pm, October 30, 2014
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Bottle Bill Costs Outweigh the Benefits
As election day nears, there are a few things we can all agree on: improving our environment and keeping our streets clean.
4:27 pm, October 30, 2014
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