Ten Reasons for Loving a Pollinator Garden

  As the cicadas sang their summer song while taking in this scene, I was thankful for this pollinator garden for many reasons. Here they are… The first reason was friendship. The friend I was sitting by has become a dear friend and one I wish I could see every week. The other friend I…

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The Cycle of Life at the Oldest National Wildlife Refuge in Texas

  Driving through blinding blowing dirt from unplowed fields to high water over the roads, we were expecting a bountiful array of wildflower blooms at the Muleshoe NWR due to all the rains we’ve been getting on the Llano Estacado. What greeted us was near-drought conditions that come with blowing dirt with the loud crunchiness…

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