As part of a three-year professional development program, a group of eight National Science Teacher Association conference teachers from Beijing visited science classrooms at Cascade High School to learn about U.S. science education in December.
I found Ayurveda nearly fifteen years ago at a time in my life when I should have been thriving but instead I was experiencing massive digestive issues, chronic inflammation, and I was unhappy more often than I liked.
He may be named after one of those cartoon chipmunks, but this guy is anything but chipmunk in size. At 115 pounds, our dog of the week Theodore the Great Dane/German Shepherd mix is large and in charge!
Always smiling and always up for anything, he’s a pure joy to be around.
Mill Creek Garden Club members avoided being on Santa’s “Naughty List” by bringing toys, stuffed animals, hats and mittens, holiday gift wrap and lights to the Club’s annual Christmas party on December 10th.
All the donated items were delivered to Christmas House for local families.
I have mentioned many times over the years that I believe that we live in a horticultural paradise. There is very little we can’t grow successfully in our Pacific Northwest climate and lord knows I have tried it all at one time or another.
The National Audubon Society invites birdwatchers and people with backyard bird feeders to participate in the longest-running citizen science survey - the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count on Saturday, December 14th.