Reuse! – Wind turbine blades in Ireland

Sometimes something really cool crosses the feeds and it’s one of those ‘V-8 should’ve thought of that’ moments. In an article in Grist this am, they highlighted an effort in Ireland to repurpose old turbine blades for construction projects. There … Read More

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Walking around town – early Jan 21

Eugene is just one of those places you do not want to leave Other folks left their nests behind, but will be coming back soon (Great Blue Heron) This below is one of three osprey nests around Autzen Stadium. Unclear … Read More

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A ramble, the moon and a sunrise

Cold morning ramble around Spencer Butte on Christmas Eve morning Earlier in the week, the moonrise was perfectly clear And another day, the sunrise painted a dirty sky red and orange above our neighbor’s house

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ELAW published “Advocate”

There are a couple of really good reads contained in ELAW’s recent “Advocate” : The piece on Lottie Cunningham is not to be missed. She is just an environment hero no matter how you slice up that word – she’s … Read More

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A new book / community to check out

This new book crossed my desk today. I have not yet read it, but the background information and the contents merit a read – on my list. https://www.allwecansave.earth/ Clipped from the website, quote: There is a renaissance blooming in the … Read More

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