Month: July 2016

My Experience at St. Margaret’s, More Personally

Awhile back I was invited by Jodi Rose, the Executive Director of Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake (IFP), to write about my personal experience as a sustainable building consultant for St. Margaret’s Church of Annapolis, MD. As editors oft do,

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Get Out! Revisited (Maintaining a state of mind)

When visiting Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park a few weeks ago, I bought at the visitors center a copy of Meditations of John Muir: Nature’s Temple, compiled by Chris Highland. (13th printing since 2001.) While gazing into the snow-capped

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Wild Salmon. Part 2

(This post is a continuation from last week on the subject of wild salmon.) Among things I learned while on vacation in the PacNW recently- how wild salmon “inform” the growth of trees (Part 1 last week), and the danger

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Wild Salmon. Part 1

Three months after starting this blog for the parishioners of St. Margaret’s Church, Annapolis, to introduce them to the LEED 3rd-party rating system for sustainable buildings and to greener living, I wrote a post which had the most number of

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