Posts Tagged ‘Sarene Marshall’

The Pleasure of Local Fruits in Winter

Written by Sarene Marshall on . Posted in Act


Unfortunately for me and people that share my seasonal obsessions, while soup and chili are comforting traditions, winter is a downtime for fresh fruit. But I have found a way to relive the memories of fun family outings for fresh-picked fruit by having them make an encore in my holiday plans.

Vote for “Mominee” Sarene Marshall!

Written by Matt Barrett on . Posted in Act

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Editor’s Note: The Nature Conservancy actually has two “mominees” in the “Green” category — Sarene Marshall and Stephanie Wear. Below is a brief commentary by Marshall on why the “mominee” means something to her in the context of her work and her kids. Also check out the Conservancy’s Cool Green Science blog for a […]

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