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Native American Weather Proverbs
Native Americans have a innate bond with the land and the environment! Indigenous peoples of North American are said to have been in the southwest (New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado) for at least 10,000 years. Historians, Archeologists and Anthropologists can argue … Continue reading
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Natures Own Botanical Gardens. Our National Parks and Forests!
When you visit a National Park or a Forest you get the closest thing to a true Botanical Garden or even a Zoo if you’re lucky! Some people complain when a section of American land, that is unique in geological … Continue reading
The Colorado River, Tapped out!
The Colorado River drains the vast basin and range area of the United States. Once this mighty river was free flowing into the Sea of Cortez. Now it is dammed at the Glen Canyon Dam to create Lake Powell, and … Continue reading
Urban Sprawl, a Vision From Space!
Urban Sprawl has a major impact on all our Resources! In the Sun Belt Areas of our country, phenomenal growth has occurred over the past 30 years. Satellite images from 1984 through 2012 show the impacts on the Landscape in … Continue reading