The Castles of Moravia

THE dark forest felt familiar enough, alternating raggedy oaks and silver beech trees in the dense array found throughout Central Europe. Along the trail, the ubiquitous woodland plants of the Old World — nettles, burdock, fennel and sorrel — grew in their standard summertime abundance. But when we rounded a corner into a meadow, we suddenly seemed to have entered another country, if not another era. Above us soared a stone triumphal arch, perhaps 100

The Center for Safe Energy Helps Establish First US-Ukrainian Sister National Park Agreement

Melissa Prager EcoTravel Blog Follow my journey from Odessa's Black Sea to Siberia's Lake Baikal as I meet with ordinary people doing extraordinary things. August 16 was a historic day between Ukraine and the US, and the Center for Safe Energy was honored to be a part of it. The newly established Nizhnidnestrovsky National Park in the Odessa region of Ukraine, and Florida’s Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve signed the first sister national park agreement