Ventura Celebrates Earth Day 2015

On Earth Day we are reminded to “think globally and act locally.” So, I decided to experience some eco family fun in my own backyard and I made my way to the Ventura promenade to celebrate Earth Day, 2015.  Despite...

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The Plentiful Land: Native Americans in Perspective
Apr29

The Plentiful Land: Native Americans in Perspective

“I do not think the measure of a civilization is how tall its buildings of concrete are, but rather how well its people have learned to relate to their environment and fellow man” ~Sun Bear of the Chippewa...

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Ocean Revelry: Surf’s Up at Summers Beach

Is there a favorite place you go to think, to clear your mind, or to do a little soul searching?  For me, that has always been the beach:  I take in the kaleidoscope of colors, the lulling sounds, and the...

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Nestle: Spring Water from the Great Lakes
Feb16

Nestle: Spring Water from the Great Lakes

Is water a basic human right or a commercial product for profit? How would you feel if you knew Nestle Waters North America bottles, exports and sells water from the Great Lakes? Would you be dismayed? Concerned? Incredulous? In 2015,...

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Green Laws for the Golden State: 2014 Senate Bills
Dec15

Green Laws for the Golden State: 2014 Senate Bills

California’s economy is the eighth-largest in the world. (So large that it could be admitted into the G8!) With a population of over 38 million, the Golden State is a complicated and diverse state to govern. If you have ever...

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