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  • Linda Lindon New 5/27/2020 3:05 PM
    I have enjoyed meeting new neighbors.  Being home has made it easy and I now have several new friends.   I plan to continue meeting more new neighbors.

  • We have finished our six course sessions and have moved on to using our understanding of systems to continue our active involvement in building greater social justice in our personal interactions as well as in our communities.  Thank you, Ecochallenge, for contributing to our understanding of the big picture.

  • To take some time for nature I doubled the effect by taking my granddaughter to a forest to look for wildlife (robin and woodpecker or sapsucker, squirrel), lichens, mosses, mushrooms, wildflowers (the trilliums were coming out), flowing water, new sprouts and, of course, towering trees, all in glorious bounty and diversity.
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  • I've been walking this week in the shadow of Sopris Mountain, part of the Rockies in Carbondale, Colorado. The Crystal River flows through here and it's still icy cold but the willows are beginning to color up and the pussy willows are growing fat.

  • Penny Welch 2/05/2020 12:01 PM
    The Ecochallenge team approach to having an impact is inspiring.  We can see the effect we're having by the actions we record here and that may only be part of what we're each doing to create positive changes in our world or in our neighborhoods. That's cool; it's all connected and our individual choices and actions really do effect the whole.