If there's one thing that defines me as a human being (other than the words "brilliant," "handsome" and "modest," of course), it's that I despise onions.
This massive wind farm is just one of dozens of clean energy projects that have gone onto the grid in 2012, which is shaping up to be a record year for clean energy, as coal use has dropped to record lows.
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Oregon has been growing Pinot Noir since the mid-1960s. Pinots from Oregon tend to have some of the delicacy and minerality that red Burgundy is known for, as well as some of the ripe red fruit most typically found in California Pinot
'Tis the season to slip on a sweater, tour wine country and taste just-released reds and whites. To help guide the oenological pursuits of others, I polled a few of my fellow travel junkies on where to find the best hotels and resorts in wine country.
We're hopping in cars, mounting bikes and clambering aboard tour busses. One way or another, this is the season for "leaf-peeping." Luckily, New England doesn't have a monopoly on this impressive annual show, so, hit the road to check out a dozen of the best across the U.S.!
Without Democrats standing up for progressive values and reversing the Obama administration's unpopular anti-medical marijuana policy, a spoiler candidate in a Western state is an increasingly likely outcome.
The historic church and turn-of-the-century buildings highlight Port Gamble, a rare, company-owned mill town.
Mr. President, you are my Kennedy, my Reagan. It was you who made me interested in the political discourse, and what our government is doing. It was you who made me register to vote the first chance I could, even though it was not an election year.
Being a part of helping these children smile and learn about something so important to our communities, trees, was the most fitting end to our journey.
Before the STIHL Tour des Trees, if I had fallen asleep and dreamed of what it would be like to go cycling through Oregon, today would have been it.
The hills today were relentless, but they came with a reward, some great downhilling. We came around a corner and in the distance, looming above, was snow-capped Mt. Hood.
City by city and block by block, we can create a better world for our kids. We can modernize the way we use energy. Cut pollution. Fight global warming. Put people to work. And get America back on its feet. In places like Portland, it's already happening.
At every stop, we're reminded of the true reason for the ride: raising awareness and educating about the importance of trees.
I woke up this morning early, full of anticipation with no idea what to expect. This week is my first time cycling in the STIHL Tour des Trees, America's largest fundraising event for tree research, a weeklong bicycling tour that travels through a different area of the country each year.
Now you can add another data point supporting the notion of the Anthropocene -- caffeine in near shore ocean and estuarine waters.