Mother Earth Week No. 2

The second Mother Earth Week in August 1979 was an even bigger success than the first one a month earlier.



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A class on wild food foraging was a big draw.
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A small group learns the "how to's" of duck housing.
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The construction of a cordwood and cement dome was one major Earth Week event.
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Parents and kids prepare for a nature walk.
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Fascinated youngsters got a close look at this snake handling and identification event. 
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Ed Walkinstik prepares a solar cooker demonstration.
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The natural hot dog roast provided an opportunity to eat, rest, and socialize. 
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The debut of a new solar greenhouse.
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Dr. Randy Kidd leads an animal husbandry seminar.
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This microlight aircraft was converted—during the week's events—to fly on alcohol fuel.
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New friends meet and share their observations.
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