Microscopic plastic beads from skin care products showing up in the Great Lakes and elsewhere.
The Wall Street Journal has a nice interactive feature called Waste Lands: America's forgotten nuclear legacy that includes maps and details on the history and current status of Manhattan Project sites.
I continue my effort to downsize; please help me Get Rid of Stuff!.
Photo: Mike Habeck.
This is not the same species whose roots are sold as a seasoning in grocery stores, but the taste and aroma of wild ginger roots are similar and apparently it is sometimes used as a substitute. This is not a good idea. Wild Ginger contains aristolochic acids, which appear to cause serious health effects.