This is me at the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Kennebunkport, Maine in the Summer of 2020. My annual summer visits to Maine have been a family tradition since I was baby, and for generations before, but this summer was much anticipated with just my daughter and I. With me is my camera which … Continue reading What Selling My Beloved Camera Taught Me
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It’s that time of the year again in the Hudson Valley!! I’ve been seeing buzz about ramps and fiddleheads in my social media newsfeeds. Not so gentle reminder, just because something appears to be in abundance, doesn’t mean it is. In fact, ramps, or “wild leeks,” or “wild onions” are listed as a threatened species in Quebec … Continue reading Ramp Season and Foraging