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Spring in Her Step

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Happy World Wildlife Day!

RT @LewisPugh Today is the 1st #WorldWildlifeDay. Let’s work for a future where people & wildlife coexist in harmony. pic.twitter.com/zgjLt0DCBj — UN Environment (@UNEP) 3 Mars 2014

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Going Nuts Over Walnut Trees

Friday short story based on real facts and real nuts Romanian villages are a mixture of tradition and modernity. By modernity, I mean either newcomers who have switched from the urban area and moved into the country side, or simply … Continue reading

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The Cherry Orchard: Before and After

Prunus cerasus (sour cherry tree) is a species of cherry related to the sweet cherry but its fruit are more acidic. It all started in May this year. The sour cherrries were barely showing their light green fruit in the … Continue reading

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Calling A Spade A Spade: Is Nature Still Organic?

Quite a few people gathered in Bucharest today to protest against genetically modified crops and to raise awareness about the need for organic food. Other protests are due to follow next week in Romania’s main cities or so we are … Continue reading

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Chaucer: The Tender Shoots and Leaves, and the Young Sun

I know Geoffrey Chaucer speaks of April and March but over here we’re quite a month behind Nature’s calendar, so the Prologue from the Canterbury Tales still applies, showers excluded… When in April the sweet showers fall That pierce March’s … Continue reading

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