Monthly Archives: March 2014

Learning About Soil

This is something that many of us have heard many times, but for soils to begin to make sense we need to look at them in a different way. I could go on and on about air deposition of toxic … Continue reading

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Ishkigamizigedaa! Bad River Sugar Camps 1844

Originally posted on Chequamegon History:
Indian Sugar Camp by Seth Eastman c.1850 (Minnesota Historical Society) Since we’re into the middle of March 2014 and a couple of warm days have had people asking, “Is it too early to tap?” I…

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Live Global Winds This is a helpful tool for visualizing the disruption that the atmosphere is experiencing. In this view of the North Pacific and polar region, you can plainly see that he Polar Vortex, rather than being circular and … Continue reading

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