All Things Eco

Wings!

SATURDAY EVENING POST MAGAZINE — MARCH/APRIL 2018 One of the world’s greatest migrations happens annually in Nebraska. In the spring months of March and April, over 500,000 Sandhill Cranes soar across a narrow stretch of the Platte River Valley seeking a few weeks of rest and refueling before continuing their journey north. WINGS_POSTMA2018

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Walking with the Devil

TRAVELAGE WEST EXPLORER – February 2017 In danger of extinction, the wily Tasmanian Devils become the subject of this article covering The Maria Island Great Walk located in Australia’s only island state of Tasmania. TAW-Tasmania-0227_Australia_Explorer

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Big Dogs Save Big Cats in Africa

FIDO FRIENDLY MAGAZINE – Spring 2014 In the African nation of Namibia, find out how the Cheetah Conservation Fund’s dog-training program helps to preserve an endangered species: the cheetah. Click below to read the article. FIDO FRIENDLY-Big Dogs & Big Cats

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Trash to Treasure

WHOLE LIFE TIMES MAGAZINE – APRIL 2014 An artist couple finds a way to bring beauty to the plight of plastics in our waterways. They salvage beach plastic and transform it into works of art. See how they are making a difference. CLICK ON THE LINKS TO READ THE ARTICLE WholeLifeTimes-TrashtoTreasure4 WholeLifeTimes-TrashtoTreasure5       […]

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Wildflowers From the Rockies to the Alps

ROCKY MOUNTAIN GARDENING/ZONE 4 MAGAZINE – Spring 2013 Mountain hiking during wildflower season is one of my favorite activities. In this travel article featured in the Adventure Travel Trade Association’s Adventure.travel website, I compare wildflower species and unique terrain differences between the Rocky Mountain hikes in Colorado with Alp hikes in Switzerland. This article first […]

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Agritourism Explained and Explored

AWAY.COM – October 25, 2010 Published on the well regarded outdoor travel online network, this tasty round-up offers a realm of global agritourism vacation destinations for travelers seeking a more indepth farm-to-food experience. BELOW IS AN EXCERPT FROM THE BLOG STORY. Away.com Copy of Agritourism-Page1  

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Travelling Solo Swiss Style

ADVENTURE CYCLING ASSOCIATION MAGAZINE BLOG – August 2011 Traveling by bicycle is my preferred method of transportation. My legs like it, my lungs like it and the perspective from the saddle is grand. This post describes my journey cycling solo along one of the many routes offered in Switzerland along the SwissMobility sustainable network designed […]

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The Bluegrass is Always Greener

ELEVATION OUTDOORS – April/May 2009 Planet Bluegrass located in Lyons, Colorado is known for sustainable     “festivation.”  Read more about  their operations and festivals. CLICK on the image to read the article.

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Party People: Restaurants Green Up for DNC

DINING OUT MAGAZINE – Summer 2008 issue This article provides an entertaining and informative outlook on sustainable operations of restaurants happening in Denver during the 2008 Democratic National Convention held in Denver, Colorado. CLICK on the image to read the article

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