Close to God in his nature: Creation.

John Muir's joy and inspiration in nature are evident in his experience at a glacier in Alaska: “Standing here, with facts so fresh and telling and held up so vividly before us, every seeing observer, not to say geologist, must readily apprehend the earth-sculpturing, landscape-making action of flowing ice. And here, too, one learns that … Continue reading Close to God in his nature: Creation.

Inslee response to Global Climate Strike walkout

“I encourage educators to embrace Friday’s Global Climate Strike as part of a strong civic education for young people. The youth of today will inherit the planet of tomorrow. The cataclysmic impact of climate change will impact them more than any generation before them. “If I had the authority to excuse students from school to participate … Continue reading Inslee response to Global Climate Strike walkout

Environment negative: Aquaculture’s effect on natural shoreline habitat

Aquaculture eliminating natural nearshore habit in the South Puget Sound Low tide reveals row after row of aquaculture PVC pipes replacing natural shoreline habitat, as well as becoming PVC litter. Go to the 9 April “Protect Our Shoreline News” blog to see the pictures of how our shoreline habitat is becoming industrialized. — source: Protect … Continue reading Environment negative: Aquaculture’s effect on natural shoreline habitat

Shellfish Aquaculture Forum [Port Townsend], 28 June.

28 June 2019 Educational Forum: Shellfish Aquaculture [Port Townsend] When: 1-5 pmLocation: Northwest Maritime Center, 431 Water St, Port Townsend The program is free, but pre-registration is required. For more info about the program and how to register, go to https://www.jeffersonmrc.org. — source: 6 June 2019 press release from Jefferson County Marine Resources Committe. The detailed … Continue reading Shellfish Aquaculture Forum [Port Townsend], 28 June.