Why Climate Change Should Be Called Climate Collapse

It amazes me that there’s any debate whatsoever over the existence of climate change. So much evidence points to the inevitable conclusion that our world is changing for the worst and doing so at an alarmingly unanticipated rate. … More Why Climate Change Should Be Called Climate Collapse

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Why Climate Change Should Be Called Climate Collapse Signs of Spring in Winter: The New Monsoon Season First Signs of an Early Spring at Occoneechee Mountain

Red Mulberry: An Edible and Medicinal Fruit Tree That Keeps on Giving

Not only are the berries edible and medicinal, but they may even be mildly anti-carcinogenic, for reasons that I will cover in this article. In addition, the leaves, branches, and roots are medicinal as well, with benefits to the heart and blood in particular. … More Red Mulberry: An Edible and Medicinal Fruit Tree That Keeps on Giving

Hiking Dunnagan Trail at Eno River State Park after Unseasonable Spring Tornadoes

Everywhere around me was new life, bursting forth in a profusion of neon green that forced me to squint at times. As I went, I wondered how anyone could prefer the lifeless confines of a city to the priceless paradise that is wilderness. … More Hiking Dunnagan Trail at Eno River State Park after Unseasonable Spring Tornadoes

Purple Deadnettle: The Cold-Tolerant Medicinal Wild Mint That Bees Love

In addition to its profligate growth and fecundity, purple deadnettle is both edible and medicinal, with a scope of uses including wound poultice, diarrhea remedy, salad fixing, and bee food. … More Purple Deadnettle: The Cold-Tolerant Medicinal Wild Mint That Bees Love