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Environmental writing and editing, consultant, Great Lakes editor, writer, blogger, dad
Environmental writing and editing, consultant, Great Lakes editor, writer, blogger, dad

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Waiting for that email to be returned? Use your time wisely #cherryblossoms
Washington DC's cherry blossoms are at peak! On Friday I took my annual trek downtown to go enjoy them.

#WashingtonDC   #cherryblossoms  
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The March 2018 edition of Great Lakes Connection from +International Joint Commission - IJC delves into nutrient pollution in Lake Erie, ice management, and a project with Michigan school kids that aims to restore the threatened Pitcher's thistle plant while getting rid of the invasive Phragmites reed. Well worth a "read"

https://mailchi.mp/washington.ijc.org/ijc-great-lakes-connection-031318
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Jeff Kart commented on a post on Blogger.
Did you change the data that's tracked in GA in the last week or so? I notice a change to the table for users, new users, sessions, etc. I think you added in a new category and removed another one? or changed the wording? Please explain. Thanks!
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Google + has a porn problem! My feed is littered with porn spam! I've been reporting it over and over and over again but it keeps coming back, posted to pages like National Geographic.

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#infographic on cyanotoxins in the Great Lakes - Stay Away from Green Water (harmful algal blooms) via +International Joint Commission - IJC
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Updated Great Lakes water levels forecast from +International Joint Commission - IJC via US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada and the US Army Corps of Engineers.
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“The Bottom Line

Although the health benefits of eating coconut oil are well-studied, research on its effects on the skin is mostly limited to animal or test-tube studies.

However, coconut oil may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds.

The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria.

If you have oily or highly sensitive skin, make sure to start slowly to assess your tolerance and consult with a dermatologist if you have any concerns.” http://buff.ly/2pdIXjg
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April 15 is the deadline for public comments on +International Joint Commission - IJC Triennial Assessment of Progress Report and the Progress Report of the Parties.

Great Lakes Connection monthly newsletter
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