In my last post I went on at length about European honeybees and their importance in agriculture and pollination. I hold to that stance but ever since that story posted I’ve been barraged with messages, scathing criticisms, even a few death threats. They all had the...
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Neighborhood Watch: Protecting Our State from Invasive Species
Native to Asia, EAB was first identified in the US in 2002. It has since spread to 36 states and in June was found in Forest Grove, Oregon. Less than ½ inch long and metallic green, the adult EAB lays its eggs under the bark of the ash tree where the larvae go to work, feeding on the cambium area of the tree, damaging the xylem, and cutting off nutrients from getting to the canopy of the tree. This causes the canopy to start dying (crown dieback) in the top third of the tree. The tree will eventually succumb to starvation in 3-5 years.
Sponsoring Youth Teams
Every year, we sponsor multiple youth teams in the communities…
Good Earth Dream Program
Dreams, we all have them. In our youth, they are easy to define, and everything seems attainable. People around you, along with most of the world, tell you to “reach for the stars” or “follow your dreams.” As we get older, this encouragement slows down and the voices...
GE Holiday Adoption
Traditions are important. They allow us to come together, create memories, and give us a chance for reflection or pause. We have a few annual traditions at Good Earth, but one holds a special place in our hearts. Every year, we shop as a team for 30 underprivileged...
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