Hummingbird Spot was created by Carole Turek of Studio City, Calif., who is on a quest to photograph every species of hummingbird in the world, with 180 of 363 species currently checked off her list.
The pandemic has touched every corner of the earth and the impact is different depending where we are located.
Eastern red cedar trees can overtake a hardwood forest, underbrush and even pasture land throughout parts of the Midwest if you do not carefully manage rural acreage.
There’s magic in wild mushrooms, not of the sort that makes things disappear, but instead the kind that opens your eyes to worlds you once missed.
A beginner's guide to foraging for wild mushrooms and the world of fungi, including gilled, boletes, corals, cup fungi, polypores, puffballs and earthstars, stinkhorns, and tooth fungi. Originally published as "Celebrating the Wild Mushrooms" March/April 1987 MOTHER EARTH NEWS.
Snow can be appreciated if we take time to stop and enjoy it. For a homestead in the mountains, snow offers benefits and hazards.
It's time to get moving again - our bodies and our health demand it! Learn simple action steps to change your habits and environment that naturally encourage you and your children to move more.
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