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Winter composting: How to make friends with microbes and defy weather (podcast, too)

(This blog post is accompanied by an explanatory podcast. See below.) Many people compost. It can be easy or hard, depending upon your tolerance for turning and work, and of the Wild Thing who wants a free meal. I can … Continue reading

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Alpha Male Wolves, from Carl Safina

“The wolves of Yellowstone have some surprising lessons on being a man.” By Carl Safina. And about his recent book.

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