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Koulari is my home in Senegal. It is a small village, so small it doesn’t appear on google maps. Small enough that most Senegalese do not even know about it. I always get confused responses when I tell people I live in Koulari. The nearest city is Tambacounda around 35km away. To get to Koulari … Continue reading Koulari- My Little Village
I recently posted about how my village’s environment has changed over the past 30 years. Indeed humans are changing Earth's atmospheric makeup with reckless abandon. While it is in many polluter’s, and thus politician's, best economic interest to deny the effect we have on our environment, the 2019 UN “Climate Action and Support Trends” report … Continue reading 3 Key Points from the Latest Climate Report
Moringa is a pretty special tree. I’ve planted several in my yard, I use it to make live fences, and I even painted a mural about it. It's not the prettiest plant you will ever see, but it grows fast and has a ton of uses. Not many people in America know about Moringa as … Continue reading Five Moringa Nutrition Facts that Will Blow Your Mind
I pull away the weeds slowly, so as not to damage the fragile Moringa seedling. The leaves are starting to yellow, not a good sign. I look up to the clouds, some are there, but not nearly enough. We need rain. My last blog post where I announced the beginning of the rainy season seems … Continue reading Smaller Fish to Fry