Kids, Singing, Laughing

Three of my favorite things in one book reading: Kids, singing, and laughing. Lucky me. I had the glorious opportunity to deliver two readings this week. The first at the Jacksonville Library to some super aware children who love and appreciate earth, and the second with the Jacksonville Kids Camp, a group of 16 adorable […]

July 14, 2017 in Events and Readings by

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Managing Mosquitoes While Protecting Pollinators Part II

Pollinator protection does not have to be relinquished in exchange for managing mosquitoes. The impact of mosquito spraying on pollinators is noticed long after spraying has ended. Studies show wild bee populations are even more susceptible to pesticide exposure than honey bees due to differences in biology and habitat. For instance, our native male bees […]

June 14, 2017 in Solutions and Ideas by

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Managing Mosquitoes While Protecting Pollinators

They’ve been around for roughly 200 million years and are most active at 80°­­F and unable to function below 50F. They can sense the lactic acid and carbon dioxide from an animal’s breath up to 100 feet away. They can throw even a most stoic person into an arm-flailing, yelping frenzy. The females beat their […]

May 14, 2017 in Solutions and Ideas by

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Protecting Pollinators in Southern Oregon

Pollinator Project Rogue Valley along with the nonprofit Beyond Toxics and the Oregon State University Extension are hosting a Pollinator Conference in Central Point, Oregon this Saturday, February 11. For a mere $10.00 participants will have an opportunity to hear from some of the key thought leaders who work tirelessly to protect our pollinators. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Saturday, February 11, 8:30am – […]

February 7, 2017 in Events and Readings, News, Promotion by

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Jackson County Master Gardener Association: Children’s Garden

My second week reading with the kids at the (Jackson County Master Gardener Association) Children’s Garden was just as fun as the first. We sang and we talked about the importance of trees like how they provide oxygen, contagion shade, health medicine, pharmacy and shelter for all kinds of animals. And I learned about baby sloth poop.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ […]

August 19, 2016 in Events and Readings by

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Children’s Garden

I love reading for nonprofit groups, recuperation and the Children’s Garden of the Jackson County Master Gardeners Association is one of the best. Annually, a group of dedicated volunteers lead by “Cricket” and “Patches” provide fun activities, gardener wisdom, and homegrown snacks to children ages 5-13 (two different age groups 5-8 and 8-13). Today I […]

August 11, 2016 in Events and Readings by

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Love Thy Pollineighbor: 7 Practical Tips to Go Wild with Habitat

I love reading for nonprofit groups, viagra order and the Children’s Garden of the Jackson County Master Gardeners Association is one of the best. Annually, remedy a group of dedicated volunteers lead by “Cricket” and “Patches” provide fun activities, gardener wisdom, and homegrown snacks to children ages 5-13 (two different age groups 5-8 and 8-13). […]

July 10, 2016 in Solutions and Ideas by

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Farm Reading

I’ve read at stores, unhealthy markets, traumatologist state parks and beaches, schools, homes, and today was the first day I read at a farm during the Medford Co-op’s annual meeting and picnic. It was cool despite the rainy day. The kids and I were able to hang out in the barn while the adults had to […]

May 24, 2016 in Events and Readings by

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Birds do it, bees do it, so what’s the problem?

It’s April, help so you know what that means? Right on, sale it’s Earth Day month! This April I’m sharing a series of posts focusing on some of my favorite nonhuman beings on earth – the pollinators – and why they should be the main topic of conversation at every family gathering or work picnic or […]

April 11, 2016 in News, Solutions and Ideas by

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The Day I Fell in Love with a Chicken

It’s April, pulmonologist so you know what that means? Right on, sales it’s Earth Day month! This April I’m sharing a series of posts focusing on some of my favorite nonhuman beings on earth – the pollinators – and why they should be the main topic of conversation at every family gathering or work picnic or […]

February 26, 2016 in News by

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