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Design Tips for a Cottage Garden
Design Tips for a Cottage Garden
As Thomas Paine wrote in 1776 before a war with Britain, "These are the times that try men's souls." Today, times and the places try everybody. These are also times that I am so happy that Elizabeth is writing these lovely posts about gardens that make even someone like me want to put down my iPad and grab a hoe. I loved this description, one which applies to many arts besides gardening: "Cottage gardens are often very carefully tended and can be underpinned by a rather precise and formal structure. But the idea is to appear artless, and to keep things looking as natural and unfeigned as possible."
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First Meteorite Treasure Map Offers Clues to Help Researchers
World's First Meteorite 'Treasure Map' Offers Clues to Help Researchers
Put on your bike helmet or hard hat! "Earth is bombarded daily by 60 tons of debris from asteroids, comets, and other celestial bodies."
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Ocean: A Global Odyssey
You Could Win a Copy of Sylvia Earle's Latest Book, 'Ocean: A Global Odyssey'
Nicknamed "Her Deepness" by a New Yorker profile in 1989, Earle is known for pioneering the role of women in marine biology.
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Tempeh Versus Tofu: Which Is More Environmentally Friendly?
Tempeh vs. Tofu: Which Is More Environmentally Friendly?
I always thought tempeh was just tofu made east of Phoenix, Arizona.
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Big-Brained Birds Arent Shrinking As Much With Climate Change
Big-Brained Birds Aren't Shrinking As Much With Climate Change
They're smarter than the average bird. Justin Baldwin, a Ph.D. candidate at Washington University in St. Louis, tells Treehugger:
 
“We think that birds with large brains (relative to their body size) might be able to better use their capacity for complex and flexible behavior to survive challenging environmental conditions. For example, this could be doing a better job of staying cool during heat waves or finding food during famines.”
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