The coronavirus, so long an unreal event taking place in a country that’s a continent away, is now a pandemic we are all grappling with on a daily basis. We… read more →
Please call to verify that event is still ongoing before attending any event. From 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, naturalist J. E. Bradley will lead the Whole… read more →
Healthy soil, healthy ecosystem, healthy plants, healthy food, healthy people, healthy animals, healthy climate.” All these living systems are interconnected. Regeneration of one system impacts another, which will lead to stabilizing the climate.
In a virtual reality experiment, people recovered faster from a small electric shock when they smelled a mix of natural scents in a forest scene or grass in a park… read more →
In 1969, there were only 100 South American fur seals and sea lions along the coastline of Lima, the capitol of Peru, but that has increased to more than 8,000… read more →
Earthwise Learning Center, in Anderson, will host the first herbal medicine conference in the Upstate from April 24 through 26, at their center. Speakers include internationally renowned herbalists/teachers David Winston,… read more →
by Yvette C. Hammett Educators have switched from preaching to kids about environmental degradation to using hands-on lessons to get K-12 students not only interested in the world’s environmental priorities,… read more →