It doesn’t matter which side of the fence you’re on, electing Trump was … well, electrifying. It was a new wind blowing across the land, and it isn’t just hot air. These guys are following through on their promises. Business and farm-friendly management is now the order of the day at the Federal building, and … Continue reading The times, they are a-changin’.
I’d like to tell you an old story that still wanders the Montana countryside. It starts in the summer of 1936 when a Montana sheepherder fell ill. He was transported to the St. Clare Hospital in Fort Benton, where eventually his sheepdog, Shep, found him. The man was dying, and the dog, with the … Continue reading Shep’s Story
Is the terrifying picture of global warming a myth? There’s increasing evidence it isn’t quite what we’ve been led to believe, and more people are thinking that it may not be a problem after all. Writing a blog post for Forbes Magazine, James Taylor, who is president of a right-wing political foundation, debunks some … Continue reading Is Global Warming just a Myth?
Over the last 150 years, more than 95 percent of the natural habitat in California’s Central Valley has been replaced by farms and ranches. As a result, native wildlife populations have declined. Today, California has the challenge of recovering these species, and the ecosystems on which they depend, while maintaining productive agricultural lands. The Environmental … Continue reading Central Valley Habitat Exchange
Once again, it’s time for true country music! The annual bluegrass festival will happen in a few short weeks, over in Parkfield on Mother’s day weekend. For 20 years bluegrass pickers, pluckers and fans have spent mother’s day weekend in these hills, entertaining themselves and guests with some of the best guitar and banjo … Continue reading It’s time for the Bluegrass Festival
Melissa Carr must be quite a woman, one on a par with the former Lynda Reis Sanford (now Wilcox). In the words of one of my favorite writers, she's a woman to ride the river with. I've never met Melissa Carr, or her husband Andy. He's a retired Texas game warden from Lubbock, and he's … Continue reading Pillow Talk
Fake news became a real problem in the last year. It’s amazingly easy to set up an online publication that looks legit. Websites can be created in minutes and the cost of publishing on the Internet is so low, anyone can afford to do it. However, as big a problem as ‘fake news’ has … Continue reading And Now, Fake Science Journals