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PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Coronavirus situation, and abiding by the CDC guidelines, we are suspending all group activities until further notice. We anticipate -- and hopefully will be able to resume scheduling events by June 15.

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Stay-at-Home Orders - A Bad Experiment Gone Horribly Wrong?

Are Stay-at-Home Orders Decimating Vitamin D Levels?

Researchers have found the majority of outbreaks of COVID-19 have been the result of indoor spread of the disease - and it appears 'social distancing' will be 'near the top of the list' of 'bad experiments gone horribly wrong.' I urge you to start getting more of this. Dr. Mercola

Becoming a Minimalist. 10 Unconventional Habits to Live Distraction-Less

We Do Have Choices

"Our world has become a constant feed of information, noise, and entertainment. We are fed messages relentlessly from advertisements on nearly every flat surface. Each distraction enters our mind with one goal: Gain control of our attention and resources." — Ann Voskamp

The Sickness in Our Food Supply

The food chain is buckling. The pandemic is making the case not only for a different food system but for a radically different diet as well.

Hemp Ethanol is About FIVE TIMES CHEAPER than Gasoline

Hemp is now being recognized for being a healing and practical plant and is finally allowed to grow freely again. The mainstream is becoming okay with hemp. 

As the coronavirus pandemic shrinks life in major American cities — limiting pastimes and discouraging use of buses and subways — hundreds of thousands of Americans are flocking to one of the most basic forms of mobility: the bicycle.

Outdoor exercise is good for the mind, body, and soul. if you're looking for an activity that can help carve your upper body and shoulders while still delivering a cardiovascular workout, paddlesports are a good way to go.

The Brain Changing Benefits of Exercise

Wendy Suzuki’s TED talk

What's the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki. Get inspired to go to the gym, ride a bike, walk, run as Suzuki discusses the science of how working out boosts your mood and memory -- and protects your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.

ENVIRONMENT

Part of Antarctica is already green due to blooms of algae living on the snow. As the continent warms, more of it may turn green, but it isn’t clear what this will mean for the climate.
 

Toxic red tide is killing thousands of fish, turtles, dolphins, even manatees. It’s a crisis that can’t be understated. 

Already, an estimated 150 million tons of plastic contaminate our oceans, with about 8 million tons being added each year. By 2050, our oceans will contain more plastic than fish by weight.

Why swimming in lakes will soon be banned

Toxic algae detected in 48 US states

It could soon be declared unsafe to swim in lakes, due to the presence of microcystins and other toxins that can be found in algae blooms. The toxic algae are showing up in lakes across the U.S., threatening not only swimmers but also wildlife and those who use the lakes for drinking water.

Recycling is Not the Solution

Much of what is designed is done so with the sole intent of creating manipulative, misleading, or misdirected outcomes, in order to get people to consume things they don’t need or see the world in a particular way or for an increase in profit margins.

The water war that will decide the fate of 1 in 8 Americans. 

Already, an estimated 150 million tons of plastic contaminate our oceans, with about 8 million tons being added each year. By 2050, our oceans will contain more plastic than fish by weight.

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Heavy Duty Deep-V Beach Cart

Roll your kayak or canoe effortlessly over the sand with this heavy duty beach cart fromSuspenz! 

Prescott, AZ

Group mountain bike ride, October 2018