Snow Drops

Sixty degree weather in February has created some unique opportunities for me this year.  While it’s not quite late enough for much of anything to be growing or flowering, there are some typical early bloomers that appear almost out of place without a blanket of snow on the ground and nippy air on the nose. Continue reading “Snow Drops”

Life Sciences: Academics

“Conservation is a cause that has no end.  There is no point at which we will say our work is finished.”

–Rachel Carson

I pulled up the site today to try to finish one of the dozen or so drafts that I have going and decided instead to provide an update on me.  I’ve not only been busy with work and trying to squeeze in a nature walk here and there, but I also ended up going back to school.  I’m nearly halfway through my second semester at Chatham University–the alma mater of Rachel Carson. Continue reading “Life Sciences: Academics”