Dear Mother: December 2006/January 2007

Readers write in about Al Gore, local co-ops and more.



Pond
Rick Lawrence’s pond in Wadsworth, Ill.
RICK LAWRENCE
PaulJohnson
Paul Johnson is a northeast Kansas organic market gardener and a family-farm legislative advocate for several churches in Kansas.
PRAIRIE WRITERS CIRCLE
FlyOrDrive
Jet contrails reflect heat back toward Earth, especially at night.
ISTOCK
FlexFuelGasCap
Most flexible-fuel vehicles require at least 15 percent gasoline to ensure they can start at low temperatures.
GENERAL MOTORS











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