Katya Gordon for the Lake County News-Chronicle
If there's one thing the city of Two Harbors is good at, it's food.
Climate solutions occur on every level, as any regular reader of this column is aware.
A newly released film, "Saving Snow" is making its way along the North Shore.
In Barbara Kingsolver's book, "Flight Behavior," a hard-working, blue-collar mom is approached by an environmentalist who reads her a "sustainability pledge."
We seem to be at a temporary standstill in Two Harbors.
Ecological time takes millennia. Minerals change slowly. Even biological time moves slowly – usually.
"Whatever happened to 19 degrees?" my friend Tracy asked.
It's the end of December. Time to close up shop on 2017 and view the horizon. What does 2018 and beyond hold for us?
This column began four years ago with a simple goal: to bring climate change into the conversation for folks along the North Shore.
Is anything sacred anymore? So many "sacred cows" – beliefs or customs considered sacred, though truly we'd be better off without them – have been tossed out like weeds since, say, Puritan times.