Antarctica: B-15 continues to calve
. NASA keeps with the story
as does Antarctic Meteorological Research Center
. For my money, the latter site is more infornative, which make's sense; they are right there, so to speak.
Larry Barr's Energy Self-Sufficiency Newsletter
has published for January with articles on . Sorry I missed making note of this for December, but you can also access that issue at Rebel Wolf's site.
Thomas J. Elpel's Hollowtop Outdoor Primitive School
starts with the premise that "...if people are going to care about the natural world, then they have to know about it. To know about nature they have to get involved. The greatest advocates for fish habitat are fishermen. The biggest advocates for wildlife are hunters. The principle advocates for wilderness are those who use it. The best advocates for wild rivers are those who get out and paddle them.
" I quite agree. Hollowtop helps prepare those who don't yet know how to traverse the wilderness.
Jeremy's Traditional Archery
provides info on yet another skill essential for successfully navigating the wilds. He's a very capable knife maker