Articles Tagged Nature - ULC Blog

If you have a garden of your own, you are likely aware of the importance of bees. Bees and other pollinators are vital for the sustainability of ecosystems that support clean air, worldwide food production and many other ...

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As a community of faith, your church likely values good stewardship of the earth. One great stride toward significantly lowering waste production and making more sustainable choices is to reduce the use of plastic. There ...

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Getting good rest is important for a thriving life. It improves every aspect of your being, including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. No matter how busy your schedule is, it’s essential to take time o ...

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Summer is known for its outdoor entertainment, but the heat of the day can be too much for some people. Fall means getting back to school and other routines, and there may not be as much free time as children tend to hav ...

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The COVID-19 vaccines have brought considerable relief to many people who have felt isolated during the pandemic. Those keeping up with CDC recommendations  are seeing more of their favorite activities return as they re ...

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Do you have too much to do and not enough time? Even with so many people staying home due to COVID-19 restrictions, it still seems as if most Americans “rush and rush until life’s no fun.” Stopping to smell the ros ...

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Mary Randolph Carter, the Queen of Junk, once said that a perfectly kept house is the sign of a misspent life. People who adhere to the proverb that says cleanliness is next to godliness may have a hard time accepting th ...

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Everyone knows the basic tenet of the theory of evolution as proposed by Charles Darwin in his 1859 book “On the Origin of Species”: That given enough time, organisms change because of the mutated traits they ...

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Sikhs around the world have pledged to plant 1 million trees this year to honor their religion’s founder, Guru Nanak, and help the planet at the same time. Headed by EcoSikh, an environmental group headquartered in ...

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It’s hard not to think that we’re alone in the world and that our thoughts, happiness, suffering, irritation, disappointment, etc., are unique only to us. We especially tend to believe this when things go wro ...

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