Joined 12 years ago from Surrey, BC
I'm fortunate to have several passions in my life. I am absolutely an eco-nut. I am always trying to find new ways to reduce, reuse, recycle. We, as a species, have done more harm to this planet in the short time we have been here, than any other catastrophe or happening ever has. It's up to us to fix it. I care about the environment whether it is as small as a single cell or as large as the universe. I adore creativity and think we can all do more with much less. This earth has enough resources for us all to live comfortably if we all learn to share. Wasn't that a lesson we were supposed to learn in kindergarten?
20 months ago
Spider silk, in the form of cobwebs, has more beneficial properties than many people know. Spider webs stop bleeding, speed healing and reduce scarring. Many a life has been saved by the use of spider web bandages.
11 months ago
Native ladybird species are declining in North America, while invasive species of the luck bugs are thriving in their new land of plenty. What does this mean for our already shaky winged pollinator ecosystem? More importantly, is there anything that can be done about the lost ladybugs?
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