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Fall Feats Repeat

Every October, any naturalist worth their salt must be able to explain why and how leaves turn color and fall off trees. The label “naturalist” is used loosely here for this writer, but here goes.

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Features

They Didn’t Have to Die

Dead fish. This smelly proposition mixed with raw sewage was offered up to us in South Chickamauga Creek near Shallowford Road on Aug. 14. For the next two days, downstream over two miles ... more »

Sep 11, 2014 Shades of Green

Think Green to Make Green

Recent Business Forward event highlighted green investment opportunities. more »

Aug 14, 2014 Shades of Green

Celebrate Green Action and Solutions

CHEE also wants to build a plan addressing climate change, and mount a city effort for environmental justice. more »

Jul 17, 2014 Shades of Green

Who and What Thrives Under THRIVE 2055?

"It feels like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic while ignoring the need for real survival solutions.” more »

Jun 19, 2014 Shades of Green

Keepers of the Garden Step Up with Solar

People of faith, it’s time to step up. If we are keepers of the Garden and the Garden is suffering, then action is required. Installing solar panels to reduce carbon footprints and help clean air for others is one moral thing to do. more »

May 15, 2014 Shades of Green

Future Shaped By Our Choices Now

If you expected a tropical disease epidemic to hit your community, what options would you have? If you saw the Southeastern US forest ecosystem weaken with loss of fragile plant and animal species, would you want to stop it and if so, how? more »

Apr 17, 2014 Shades of Green

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