Tag Archives: environment

Ride Report: These are a Few of my Favorite Things…

Trail(s): Roads, Bethesda Trolley Trail, Capital Crescent Trail Distance: 35ish miles Weather: Overcast but pleasant, temperatures in the low 70s Company: Just me I’ve been riding down to D.C. quite a bit, in part because there’s been a number of … Continue reading

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Manatees and Me (or How I Became an Environmentalist)

If anyone wants to blame me for being a shameless tree-hugging, earth-loving environmentalist, I will point the finger of blame directly at Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park in Florida. It was this little state park that made me a believer, … Continue reading

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A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow – Part II

This is the second part of a two-part post talking about how Walt Disney World could help us build the Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow that Walt dreamed about all those years ago. Except the future I envision is not based … Continue reading

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Guest Post on DC Food for All – D.C. Foodshed Map Points to Local Resources

As part of my volunteering with Ecolocity D.C., I occasionally write about our work on the D.C. Food for All blog. The blog covers the whole range of sustainable food issues, including food deserts, urban agriculture, food justice, and policy. … Continue reading

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