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Author Archives: Lawrence Wade
Thanks to Amelia Ladd for her beautiful pen and ink sketches. Time of the Grasshoppers For the past 20 years I have been working with 2nd graders studying grasshoppers. When you spend as much time as I have in … Continue reading
Jim called, Want to go kayaking at Isle Royale? ‘Sure’, my 18 year old self said. Oops! I’m 74. Isle Royale or Minong (in Ojibwe) is an archipelago 40 miles off the coast of Lake Superior in Northern Minnesota. It … Continue reading
So much is changing every day here in the North Country. After a winter of white and brown, Nature has burst out in a symphony of colors. Thanks to all of the contributors who shared their photos and thoughts to … Continue reading
Thanks to all of the contributors to this post: Sabrina Harvey, Mary Goehle, Jules Ikhaml, and Jenny Boldt. Many of us living in the North Country are pretty sure that Spring is not going to come. But, there are those … Continue reading
From: Whales in the Classroom – Oceanography By Lawrence Wade Graphics by Stephen Bolles Oceanography Lesson 6 Why are Zooplankton important to the marine environment? The animals in the picture above eat zooplankton. Match the animals with the correct … Continue reading
Photos and text by Josh Lewandowski and Hue (pronounced Way) Dao. Follow Josh and Hue’s yearlong adventure: @joshlewandowski @hue2go You know the pictures, the ones with high-top econolines, moneyed sprinters, and colored vanagons perched precariously on lonely canyon rims or … Continue reading
This week on our nature hike, we will look for a number of mysteries that need to be solved. What to Do: 1. Participate virtually by watching the YouTube video below. 2, Take a screen shot or a sketch of … Continue reading
From: Whales in the Classroom – Oceanography By Lawrence Wade Graphics by Stephen Bolles Oceanography Lesson 5 – Marine Communities The ocean has diverse communities within it. These communities are unique places that have creatures only found in those … Continue reading
Imbolc, Candlemas or Groundhog’s day has always been one of my favorites because the light returns in the seasonal cycles that earth travels in. It is the hope of springtime and warmth. A time to begin planning and planting and … Continue reading