Monthly Archives: March 2011

Okay, You Got Me…2012

What we think we know is sometimes more important and powerful than what we actually do. Having said that, there are several universal truths and old sayings that we could employ to look at this sticky problem. “The more things … Continue reading

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Japanese Catastrophe Approaches US Shores

Now, I know that weather is unpredictable. Having watched and studied meteorology since childhood, I have a pretty good sense of what to look for when trying to make predictions about coming storms. I am always amazed¬†at the propensity of … Continue reading

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Found: 40 acre Parcel, Needs Reforestation. You Can Help!

ECO-Tours of Wisconsin has found a forty acre parcel that is in need of reforestation. It will be developed with the goal of sustainable production, hosting our educational tours near Lake Superior and providing a living example of the abundance … Continue reading

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Balancing Inputs to Maximize Output

I can’t count the number of times that I have been looking at land and been told, “this area¬†has been in hay forever.” The implication was that since hay is a relatively low impact crop, the land would be rich … Continue reading

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