Monthly Archives: June 2016


Bees are nature’s most prolific pollinators.  The stats on how much of our American agriculture is dependent on bees is widely debated.  One thing that is consistent, though, is that bees do pollinate or assist with pollinating some of the foods we consume on a regular basis.  It is estimated that anywhere between $15 billion-$131 […]

Responsible Whale Watching

I have been fortunate enough to go on some pretty great whale watches.  I’ve seen Humpback whales off Cape Cod, MA and Monterey, CA.  I’ve see Gray whales off Dana Point, CA, and Orcas off the San Juan Islands in Washington state.  However, I always do my best to pick a whale watching company that […]