nature

Tree of Week: Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Aspens are easy to pick out of a crowd due to their greenish-white bark, and in the case of the quaking aspen have leaves that dance delicately in the wind giving the tree its name. The leaves have a darker green on top and are much paler on […]

Tree of the Week: Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) This tree is abundant in the coastal and cascade range and becomes even more abundant as you make your way north into Washington and Canada. They can grow up to 165 to 200 feet tall and have a characteristic droopy top. You can usually identify it by […]

Tree of the Week: Oregon White Oak -Lobed simple leaves with a big rounded canopy when mature.  -Drop acorns every year as opposed to other oaks who drop in alternating years. -Used in beer and wine barrels, it’s heartwood fills in the tubes that are used to transport water through the tree. This prevents decay. […]

Tree of the week: Ginkgo tree (Ginkgo biloba) -Simple, fanlike leaf. More sturdy than it looks. Super colorful in the fall. Biloba, two lobes referencing the leaves.  -Diecious, one tree is male, one tree is female as opposed to other flowering trees. -Female seed/fruit of the ginkgo smells like vomit when it’s decaying. Significant in […]

How do trees get water to their leaves? Answering this and how the forest plays a role in the water cycle.

A chant to nature! A small but emotional night with our environment, the one that gives us beauty to admire every lovely day on this planet. All love for Pachamama!

http://s3.amazonaws.com/archive-complete/1522447201.mp3 “There’s more to your life than under ground rap” -MURS Very true….. for me too. All talking podcast experiment. 1.Intro 2. Life 3. Universe 4. Bacteria 5. Musica 6. Sports 7.Travel 8.Culture 9.Food/Drink 10.Exercise 11.Geography 12. Urbanism 13. Natural 14.Transportation 15.Science 16. Spirituality 17.Art 18.Controversey No fact checking, off the top of the dome […]


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