Three great affordable wines that are sustainably produced and dry farmed–just what you need for Earth Month!
Originally posted on wine predator:
the angel symbolizes the winery’s philosophy to be a positive force and influence.
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Throughout the world, communities everywhere are celebrating April’s Earth Month, Global Citizen Day April 18, Climate Education Week April 20-25, and the 45th Earth Day (Weds April 22) with thousands of activities.
Today being TAX DAY in the US, perhaps it’s time to pay a tax to the environment? It doesn’t have to be cash: it can be an action as simple as picking up someone else’s litter or making a change in your lifestyle. Can you bring your own cup next time you buy coffee? Can you use a glass or stainless steel bottle for your water or other beverage? Can you bring your own bags to the store? Can you cut back on how much meat or processed foods you eat?
One focus of Earth Month this year is ACTION and CLIMATE; Read more…
Want to call Cuba? And maybe make plans to visit now that the US and Cuba are talking again? Read more…
It’s National Poetry Month!
In 2015 each week on Sunday I strive to publish an interesting fact about the number 53.
2015 is also the 3oth anniversary of my hike from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail.
For this week’s interesting fact about the number 53, here are 53 faces I met during those 53 miles–starting with the first person I met, El Rocko.
Because I was walking south, I also met these 27 faces on the first day:
The first 53 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada start just a mile or so south of the small, spread out town of Campo and end at the windy Pioneer Mail Picnic area in the Laguna Mountains.
I am hiking these 53 miles from Saturday March 28 to Tuesday March 31. Thirty years ago, in 1985 I hiked all of California, so this is an anniversary hike of sorts.
Saturday March 28 I hiked 20 dry hot miles south through the desert from Lake Morena to the border. Details to come here.
Sunday March 29 I Read more…