I know that our gardens are full of alien species: trees, shrubs and flowering plants. Nor is fauna exempt: think grey squirrels, mink and coypu. Continue reading Monday Musings – An Irish “Overstory”
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The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption is a work of investigative journalism by Dahr Jamail, conducted during the period April 2016 to July 2017 on the front lines of human-caused climate disruption. Having lived in Alaska for ten years (1996-2006), Jamail had witnessed the dramatic impact of global warming on the glaciers there. Jamail’s original aim was to alert readers about “the urgency of our planetary crisis through firsthand accounts of what is happening to the glaciers, forest, wildlife, coral reefs, and oceans, alongside… Continue reading The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption by Dahr Jamail
The Flipflopi will also be putting in an appearance at the United Nations Environment Assembly in Nairobi in March, where it will form a centre exhibit for the conference. Continue reading Sailing to Deliver an Important Message
Now all we need is a way of capturing cow’s burps. Continue reading We Need More of These!
At 77 digging is noticeably hard work these days so I’m going to embrace change, leave my spade in the shed, and have a go at “no-dig” gardening. My parents would probably turn in their graves at the thought! Continue reading For Goodness Sake Stop Digging! #WATWB
I first came across the Sydenham Garden through a feature on the BBC’s weekly gardening programme Gardener’s World. My link will take you to the page on their website that explains how they began. From there you can navigate to … Continue reading Growing Health and Well Being #WATWB
Here’s Suffolk based writer Stevie Turner with some wise words on food hygiene, mostly learned from her Mum who sounds like a woman I would have liked to have known. But who knows the answer to the question she poses? Why do they? I never do – seems pointless to me, eat outside in the garden by all means, but cook it inside. And as for those gas fired monsters, I can’t see the point when you’ve a perfectly serviceable oven and hob inside. And then there are those outdoor heaters which seem to have been created to prevent smokers … Continue reading A Burning Question
In the endgame, we’ll be a race of sexed-up tweener girls and sterile dudes with little dicks wandering baffled through a rubbish-filled world. Then those poor mismatched souls will grow old and die. End of story. Continue reading Dudes With Little Dicks
I’ve known Theresa since she joined the Laois Writers’ Group several years ago. She later moved to County Clare but we have stayed in touch and I had the pleasure of visiting her in her home a few months ago … Continue reading My Friend the Page 3 Girl!