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Beachcomber nightmares

Just in time for another fun-filled summer weekend – this weblink to the Natural Resources Defense Council website provides a detailed and comprehensive report on the 200 cleanest (yay!) and dirtiest (boo!)¬†beaches in the United States. Nothing like a little … Continue reading

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Are summer turf wars really necessary?

While I was riding my bike to work the other morning, I stopped for a traffic signal to change. ¬†As I was sitting there, I noticed four separate lawn care crews at the intersection, each distinguished by the rumble of … Continue reading

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