By James Bishop Jr.
It is not enough to understand the natural world; the point is to defend and preserve it. —Edward Abbey’s Desert Solitaire
“The sedge is withered from the lake, and no birds sing,” —John Keats
Pesticides kill bees sorely needed to pollinate flowers and vegetables. Honeybee populations are declining, air pollution fouls the air above cities from Phoenix to Beijing, Monarch butterflies are changing migration routes and West Virginia mountaintops are being destroyed by coal shovels.
Wait a minute?
What year is this?
It is now. Read More→