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Fresh flowers from Pikes Place Market in Seattle

Fresh flowers from Pikes Place Market in Seattle

Love my Ojibwe people in my hometown. The native reserve was one of the most beautiful, peaceful places I've ever been. It's filled with local wildlife. I've seen wild peacocks, deer, minks, foxes, turkeys, coyotes, mini horses, turtles, beavers, and everything else

Love my Ojibwe people in my hometown. The native reserve was one of the most beautiful, peaceful places I've ever been. It's filled with local wildlife. I've seen wild peacocks, deer, minks, foxes, turkeys, coyotes, mini horses, turtles, beavers, and everything else

Ignatius Benjamin Martell (aka Enos Martell) the son of Abraham Martell and Madeleine Payette-Martell, and the husband of Josephine Therrien-Martell - Ojibwa - before 1939

Ignatius Benjamin Martell (aka Enos Martell) the son of Abraham Martell and Madeleine Payette-Martell, and the husband of Josephine Therrien-Martell - Ojibwa - before 1939

Janice Longboat is of the Mohawk Nation and belongs to the Turtle Clan. Indigenous people think of medicine as a gift from the Creator to sustain life.  Plants are just "one spoke of the wheel in healing".   According to Janice, plant medicine has been around since the beginning of time.  It is a "tried and true method" of healing.  Janice believes that indigenous people have all the tools needed to stay well.  Everything needed for well-being comes from the earth

Janice Longboat is of the Mohawk Nation and belongs to the Turtle Clan. Indigenous people think of medicine as a gift from the Creator to sustain life. Plants are just "one spoke of the wheel in healing". According to Janice, plant medicine has been around since the beginning of time. It is a "tried and true method" of healing. Janice believes that indigenous people have all the tools needed to stay well. Everything needed for well-being comes from the earth

Judith Saulis-Bernard (the wife of Noel Bernard) from Madawaska, Maine - Maliseet - circa 1898

Judith Saulis-Bernard (the wife of Noel Bernard) from Madawaska, Maine - Maliseet - circa 1898

QUESTION OF THE DAY from The Old Farmer's Almanac: What do ducks do in the rain?  Ducks just love rain. They are quite happy to stay out in it, and they often preen their feathers and poke around in puddles. (The British refer to a rainy day as "a lovely day for ducks.") They don't even seem to mind snow or sleet, but they dislike cold and windy weather.  Photo Credit: Teresa G. Waugh

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QUESTION OF THE DAY from The Old Farmer's Almanac: What do ducks do in the rain? Ducks just love rain. They are quite happy to stay out in it, and they often preen their feathers and poke around in puddles. (The British refer to a rainy day as "a lovely day for ducks.") They don't even seem to mind snow or sleet, but they dislike cold and windy weather. Photo Credit: Teresa G. Waugh

The New Garden Tower -- Grow 50 plants in just 4 square feet -- from almost anywhere. Fueled by vermi-composting, Garden Tower 2 is a revolution in fresh food!

The New Garden Tower -- Grow 50 plants in just 4 square feet -- from almost anywhere. Fueled by vermi-composting, Garden Tower 2 is a revolution in fresh food!

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