Monthly Archives: December 2016

‘Tis the Season for Gratitude

‘Tis the Season for Gratitude by Nicole Meyers and Erin McKinnon In this the season of giving, it is difficult not to notice that all the “things” that make us happy and comfortable – food, shelter, water, warmth, gifts, parties, long distance travel to see our families – are all made from natural resources. It’s […]

Conservation is the Key to Longevity

Conservation is the Key to Longevity By Nicole Meyers It’s hard to imagine that before New York City became a concrete jungle, it was just a jungle. Manhattan’s natural state of ecology boasted biological and ecological diversity that supported wildlife and sustained humans for thousands of years. There were valleys, forests, fields, freshwater wetlands, salt […]