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Tag: Acorns

STEPHEN COHEN: A rise in antisemitism

This essay is about our feelings towards one another in our home in the Berkshires.

Illuminating the Hidden Forest, Chapter 16: The ecology of acorns and ticks: Once bitten, twice shy

Once home, chagrinned, I glanced at my insect-shield clothing lying unworn in its basket and my bug spray unsprayed on the mudroom windowsill. I had been tromping full-tilt through a New England forest in the height of tick season with no protection whatsoever.

The Self-Taught Gardener: Windfalls

Just as squirrels put away nuts for the winter, our Self-Taught Gardener Lee Buttala puts away apple butter to sustain him and remind him of home.

CAPITAL IDEAS: You are not going to be OK

My point is that it’s not just about investing—you’ve got to be aware of your mistakes. Humans tend to be overconfident in their skills.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.