Tag Archives: conservation

How Do We Prepare For This?

By Shannon E. Franklin One aspect of parenting I really wasn’t ready for was the number of times in a day that I’m humbled to realize how little control we have over what happens in our children’s lives. Even when I’ve cleared the floor of all obstacles and outfitted his tiny feet with his no-slip […]

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The Waters of Oceanside

By Abigail Edwards Along the shore I sink my toes The ultimate boundary line I overstep the rubble and waste Among the bubbles and brine   The waters flow unceasingly Sweeping soft along the sand Without complaint accepting us And what we leave on land   It takes our refuse quietly Gathering in its foam […]

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We Are What We Throw Away

Photo by Ishan @seefromthesky on Unsplash By MJ Ali I’m driving down an alley looking at the dozens of overflowing city trash bins and having one of those existential panic attacks while multiplying those bins by hundreds, thousands, millions… …breathe. But what am I breathing in? What is that smell and that smell and have we really become […]

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