The Great Outdoors is a stunning place to hike, explore, and commune with nature. It is also a haven where you can stop, take a breath, and inhale everything Mother Nature has to offer. However, the one thing many do not understand is that they can also ‘inhale’ come extremely good food, if only they had the right information and tips when it came to planning and preparing food for their backpacking trip. Even the backpacking fan knows that, other than water and some extremely comfortable shoes, food is something you have to have. It is a piece of the outdoor “gear” that must be taken into consideration before venturing outside, because your body needs that fuel to keep going in order to enjoy each and every step of your journey.
Sharks Are Necessary…And Not Just For TV Fans ~ Samantha Lewis Sharks are one of the most frightening creatures to mankind. After all, generations have been raised on the stories, movies and pictures of that dreaded ‘JAWS’ that will come after you like an avid stalker, making sure you are reduced to nothing but luncheon meat […]
Climate Change – Environmentalism – and History The Green Register Salutes The Audubon! As I’ve stated in the past, the Sharon Audubon Center was a place where I used to roam as a child and young adult. The beauty of the great outdoors mixed with the learning center which held events that offered […]
Call it the Frankenjelly. Scientists have created an artificial jellyfish that swims with the same synchronized body contractions used by real jellyfish. After analyzing the swimming dynamics and layout of tissues in the common moon jelly (Aurelia aurita), the scientists fashioned an umbrella-shaped frame with eight armlike structures out of an elastic silicone polymer. Then […]
While the 70-foot-long dock that washed ashore at an Oregon beach earlier this week may not be radioactively harmful or contain to chemical contaminants, scientists are warning that it is likely home to a different sort of threat. The dock, which was dislodged from a fishing port in northern Japan by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, floated […]
The Green Register, as all readers know by now, is a website that is completely knowledgeable about the world of “green.” From tips on solar energy to green housing development, to offering readers lists of companies that recycle waste and keep our planet clean, to articles and information about businesses that sell ‘green’ products and […]