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A Piece Of The Forest
“I grew up in a large, loud, home-schooled family; The 4th child of five. When me and my siblings visit home, late night conversations and good memories always seem to center around the kitchen… Though my Mother didn’t always have access to the best ingredients as she shopped on a budget. This legacy of thriftiness and good, soulful food led me to my passion for foraging.”
Learn about foraging around the Berea college campus through pictures from an experienced student forager in this zine.
Click on the picture or the button for more information!
Skies Over the Pinnacles
"We often don’t think about the sky above us as a part of the ecosystem other than when weather is involved. But it is! People have used stars and other objects in the sky for thousands and thousands of years to help them navigate, tell time, know when to plant crops, and create folklore and art. In fact, many animals use the sky for travelling and telling time!"
The Forestry Outreach Center has partnered with a local astronomer, Jeff Hutton, who writes monthly about interesting things in the night sky. You can read his Skies Over the Pinnacles articles by clicking any of the pictures or the button labeled 'Skies Over the Pinnacles'!
Can We Predict Eclipses?
by Jeff Hutton Hello Astronomers! For the last two weeks I’ve shared …
by Jeff Hutton Hello Astronomers! In the last issue, we talked about …
by Jeff Hutton Hello Astronomers! One of the things I love about …