Monthly Archives: December 2018
A possible project could be doing tests on Centennial Brook. Doing tests on water quality of streams helps to understand if there’s an issue concerning stormwater or erosion. Burlington is a city with impervious surfaces. Impervious surfaces don’t allow for … Continue reading
What is a place? Which place is worth preserving? Who decides this? Speak the voices unheard. The ones with dark skin who build blue skies. A field stretches beyond the horizon. Who decides which flower is beautiful? Can we decide … Continue reading
“Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.” ~This quote resonated with me. It feels personal. It expresses the spiritual desire to be out in nature. Humans should be adventurous, keeping in … Continue reading
I tried to take pictures of buds from trees to identify them but a lot of the branches are out of reach. I do have one picture of a Sugar maple bud. I posted it on my pictures page.