A Message from Mark This story came to us from loyal and alert viewer Mark.  Mark is somewhat “well known”, so I am withholding his last name so that...
It took the death of an oak for me to start raising gulf fritillaries. My yard is small and much of it is paved, so I have limited garden space. I had been...
Ready, Get Set, Go (on an EcoAdventure)! We meet a local Ph.D. student, Chris Omni, who is is exploring art and black joy in green spaces. Plus, we go on a hunt for...
It is all about connection This episode may have an eclectic title, but really, this episode is all about finding a connection. Finding a connection to your community, finding...
The pillowcases are writhing. Everyone has been handed one, and some are moving more than others. Large scales show through the thin fabric, and in at least one pillowcase, a head is seeking a way out. It...
Just over a year after it dried down, I visit Lake Jackson and find it holding water- for now. Dr. Tom Sawicki is netting the lake edge, or what has recently become the...
We explore a variety of answers to the question "What is that?" on this episode. We discover how the sport of rugby can be played underwater, why the Lake Ella cottages were built,...