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Kim Melton

A Walk in the Park

Whenever I travel to cities I seek out green space for the familiarity of trees and the relative quiet.While Day 1 in Delhi was a lesson on how it’s true, everyone is trying to scam us, and the best artists make you feel like...

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A Poem a Day

If you peruse the 365 poems that make up the Tumblr feed from Lori Garrison’s latest poetryproject, Today, In the News, you won’t find much in the way of introspection or outpourings of feeling from individual...

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Pancake Tuesday

Seasonal eaters, whether they are gardeners, foragers, or locavores reading the labels at thegrocery store, know that the lean time of year isn’t during the dead of winter.Then, storerooms are still stocked with plump...

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Stuffed?

Ah, stuff.Sometimes my life can feel way too focused on the next thing I think I “need”, as precious hours are spent reorganizing the ones I already have in order to make room. When I get fed up and hop on my anti-materialistic...

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The Green Rush

Right on schedule, my sprout craving has arisen from where it lay quietly dormant since thefall, nestled snug beneath the desire for stews and roasted root vegetables.The herbs I’ve kept in the house are responding to the...

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Remembering Al Baer

This fall I attended the Yukon Biodiversity Forum, a yearly round-up of biology goings-on inthe territory. I reunited with old friends and met new ones, and was overjoyed to hear that an old mentor of mine was planning on coming...

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