Spring brings opportunities for a fresh start, and it’s a great time to start learning about the plants and animals around you. Birding during the spring migration is amazing, especially […]
I had the pleasure of meeting Joel Clement, climate expert and former director of the Office of Policy Analysis at the Dept. of the Interior, this week to hear him […]
The forensics of past glaciers: Are there huge boulders that couldn’t be moved by the wind or rivers? Are there little hills and ridges made of rocks, dirt, sediment? Can […]
I just wanted to share this website for you all to see: http://www.scottishgeology.com/best-places/ and so I can remember it if I plan a course trip to Scotland someday!
When I was growing up, my dad would sometimes refer to moose as swamp donkeys, I think because it made us laugh. While driving around Errol, NH yesterday morning, I […]
Glacially molded bedrock and striations? Me too.
I’m moving back to Maine this week and U-Haul is my moving truck of choice. I was overjoyed by their email, which ended with: Moving to Maine? Did you know… […]