It is wonderful to see so many people engaging in the public planning processed in the Roaring Fork Valley! Here are a few tips on how to speak during public […]
Landscape Architecture Magazine published an article last year about a ‘crowdsource’ project instituted by the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History (NMNH). Anyone with internet access can “view and transcribe data […]
Before we know it we will be seeing the welcome sign of spring – crocuses, tulips, and the like popping their heads from the warming ground. Planted in the fall, […]
I just read that Russian Sage really works to repel rabbits and deer! I’m going to surround the farm with it!
The Colorado River winds 1,470 miles from our backyards in the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of California’s Sea of Cortez – or used to in it’s better days (it […]
While in Mexico recently I had the opportunity to snorkel in a couple of the cenotes on the Riviera Maya. Much of the Yucatan peninsula, particularly along the west coast […]
Tea is made primarily from Camelia sinensis in the Sichuan province of China. Both black and green tea is made by plucking the tender top two leaves and the terminal […]