Day pollinators on wildflowers at Jackson Bottom Wetland in Hillsboro, Oregon: Beyond the crucial ecosystem services they provide, pollinators are a diverse and fascinating group
I’ve been out buzzing across fields of cyberspace for quite some time now collecting brain pollen: Particles of information picked up here and there, carried
Established in 2006 by the U.S. Senate, National Pollinator Week commemorates pollinators and the indispensable services they provide. It’s a time to celebrate pollinators and
It’s June- This month we have a potpourri of Challenge topics to share thoughts about: World Oceans Day, Pollinator Week. World Oceans Day 2015 theme:
Ramble ONE- Raspberries My garden book says that raspberries … grow like weeds, literally. That is no exaggeration. We planted raspberries in one raised garden box
I was fooled! These are not bumblebees! They are hover-fly bumblebee look-a-likes. This post will be updated with a companion post that is in progress…
It’s May- We are continuing to think about Biodiversity. You are invited to participate in UNLESS… Earth-friendly Chroniclers Challenge 10: “Biodiversity… I Spy” What is biodiversity?
Trying out a new tool- Weed Watchers Guide for the Tualatin River Watershed is a handy tool for identifying EDRR weeds. (It’s presented at a Weed Watchers