Located in Bolivia, the Solar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world. From the collection of photographer Daniel Kordan, the image perfectly captured someone standing in between two worlds as the Milky Way is reflected beneath.
Even if you only took an electronic sabbatical for one hour a week, it’s important to pause every now and then and connect with the world around you.
Taken on the western coast of Japan in the San’in Kaigan GeoPark by photographer Hisa (@ag.lr.88) on Instagram. Beautiful shot as we witness two biomes collide.
Prepare to have your heart melt a little bit as you watch this baby elephant learning to walk. We can’t resist giving our Green Wings Award to this tenacious little fella who proves that when you fall down the only thing you can do is get back up and try again! Source unknown. Please feel […]
This week we welcome Jyoti Stephens from Nature’s Path to talk about regenerative agriculture, and the story of how they came to be North America’s first organic cereal manufacturer in 1985. As Jyoti teaches us more about organic farming, Noel is surprised to learn that healthy food can also be delicious, and Jacob pledges to never stop eating in 2021.
The way the leaves grow on this Rising Sun Redbud appears blurry, or like some sort of fascinating optical illusion. Taken in Atlanta, GA.
It’s tempting to clean house and toss those outdated discs in the garbage, but try to donate or reuse, or research some of the local Recycling Centers that will help break down these resources.
What does the fox say? Well from the looks of this funny photo I’d say it would be ‘say cheese.’ Or maybe this is Fox News in the wild.
Whether it looks to you like a tree, a mushroom, or a Galactic Star Destroyer… this impressive rain cloud was captured above Gulf Shores, Alabama by Rick Geiss during the summer of 2016.
You often hear about how important bees are for the planet, but what are some of the ways we can help the bees survive? This week, Noel and Jacob buzz around some ways you can BEE helpful by planting certain flowers, steering clear of hard to pronounce pesticides, and serving up cosmos to save the bees!