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Coffee, Tea and the Environment

As most of you are aware, I write a weekly newspaper column dedicated to simple things each of us can do to reduce our impact on the environment, “Everyday Earth Wise”. Once it has been in print, the newspaper archives each column online. Since coffee and tea are such common hot beverages that most North Americans drink, I thought you might be interested in my last column. You’ll likely be surprised about decaffeinated coffee and how it’s made — hopefully you’ll go back to using the real thing. Visit Coffee, Tea, and the Environment.

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Diane is available for professional freelance assignments for editorial, commercial, or special event coverage. She primarily serves the Grande Prairie area and lives NW of that city near Hythe, Alberta. Due to her flexibility and location she also serves the entire Peace River region having accepted assignments in/near Rycroft, Spirit River, Grimshaw, Peace River, Bezanson, Beaverlodge, and elsewhere within the region.

Her photography has appeared in a variety of publications including Peace Country Sun, Dogs in Canada, Country Guide magazine, Hythe Headliner, Trot magazine, Canine Review, Dog Sport, and others. Member of the News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC).

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Krista - January 13, 2011 - 7:39 pm

That shot is amazing!

don - January 14, 2011 - 6:43 am

I enjoyed your article with its worthwhile tips. That beautiful design by some talented barista would make me reluctant to begin drinking it! ๐Ÿ™‚ Fine pictures… the last one for its random look – very difficult to produce.