Husband, Wife & One Dog:

Vignettes of my family (husband, dog, nephew & two nieces) and endeavors in creating an edible, sustainable, organic, wildlife friendly yarden oasis.

And also some science, nature, librarian, and nerd stuff.

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Pillow Thief #Nellie #dog #NH

WHEN YET ANOTHER STAPLER IS BROKEN BY A PATRON

librarianproblems:

Submitted by Andrea

huffingtonpost:

Why We Should Stop Climate Change, According To Kids

More than 400,000 people showed up on Sunday for the People’s Climate March in New York City, rallying in solidarity with a planet that’s facing an onslaught of climate change, greenhouse gases and rising seas. See more of these adorable kids voicing their opinions on climate change here.

(via sagansense)

spacetravelco:

This magnificent New York Times comic by Anders Nilsen explores the past, present, and future of his existence (and ours) through the lens of the cosmic perspective.

(via kqedscience)

“Let children read whatever they want and then talk about it with them. If parents and kids can talk together, we won’t have as much censorship because we won’t have as much fear.”

—   Judy Blume (via thelifeguardlibrarian)

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earthstory:

atraversso:

We are by Edgar García

Please don’t delete the link to the photographers/artists, thanks!

Basically some winter photography…and then space. Because always space.

(Source: ATRAVERSSO)

explore-blog:

Marie Curie on curiosity, wonder, and the spirit of adventure in science – a wonderful remembrance by her daughter.

explore-blog:

Marie Curie on curiosity, wonder, and the spirit of adventure in science – a wonderful remembrance by her daughter.

(via science-junkie)

Their Transgender Classmate Was Fined For Wearing A Skirt, So These Boys Wore Skirts Too

(Source: rhamphotheca)

science-junkie:

Butterflies use magnetic compass to fly across America

Monarchs are known to possess a Sun compass but even on cloudy days they still keep flying south towards Mexico. In a laboratory experiment, butterflies changed direction when the magnetic field around them was altered. It suggests that like turtles and birds the insects have a geomagnetic compass, says a study in Nature Communications.

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