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LEAF Program: Inspiring Youth in Nature

By Katherine Sather  / The Nature Conservancy Do you remember your first experience in nature? This summer, urban high school students from across the country are getting their first taste of t…

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Get Creative & Go Easy on Momma Earth this Mother’s Day (video)

Green Diva Lisa and I had a great time yesterday making our little Green Diva Quickie video about this year's Mother's Day. We had some laughs as we memorialized our wonderful mom who has been gone fo…

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Gardening as a Healer

As I wrote in July, healing gardens are places that heal us in all ways: physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. A garden doesn't just heal our souls by bringing joy, peace, balance, and w…

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Deadheading Your Summer Flowers

Since I just wrote about harvesting your summer veggies, I got to thinking that most people don't know that they should also be "harvesting" their flowers as well. In fact, removing dead flowers is…

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Kids in the Wild…Nature Detectives

Unstructured time in nature unleashes incredible creativity in my children. Recently, we met our playgroup in a redwood forest and with the aid of a notebook, pencil, and a camera enjoyed hours of fun…

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Happy Earth Day!

Holidays are so interesting to me. Valentine’s Day is the day to show love. Thanksgiving is the day to give thanks. Easter is the day to … paint eggs? Obviously, most holidays are an opportunity to …

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