“Hello!” to all our dear Kachana-Friends,
March brought us more welcomed rain… 16 mm for the month… not as much as in other years, but enough.
High daily temperatures and windy days saw a lot of moisture lost off bare ground, but areas that we manage were able to hold onto their moisture.
Hope you all had a joy-filled Easter-Weekend and may the blessings of Easter remain with you and your loved ones.
All the best until next time,
Greetings from Kachana
Link of the Month:
Fire stops vegetation from being biologically recycled into the soil.
Fire also exposes ground to evaporation and solar radiation; it reduces habitat; it makes life hard for small plants, animals and other organisms…
Extensive burning of vegetation ‘short-circuits’ the natural economy.
Biomass-burning ‘short-changes’ our human economy.
Frequent fire dehydrates landscapes and contributes to the drying up of continents!
Canadians voice their challenge: