Retired Military Environmental Activist

(image from wikipedia) “Retired Military Environmental Activist” Wow—that sounded like an oxymoron to me;  this seemed unlikely…or at least unusual! Earlier this week I had the most amazing, far-ranging conversation with a retired military environmental activist (I guess technically he may not even be completely retired—as he told me that he was just called back […]

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Adding Injury to Insult

My 8-year old son broke his arm recently. I know most parents of boys utter similar words at some time during their tenure as a parent; it’s practically inevitable… or at least it seems inevitable if you have a boy—especially if you have more than one boy! Each of my boys has had some incident […]

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LSAF in the News! 11/02/13

We’re in the news again! I always consider any press a great victory for the cause, but international press is especially exciting as it creates the potential to reach the whole world with this concern, not just the good ol’ U.S. of A – potentially generating awareness that will protect children everywhere. Because this piece […]

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To Toss or Not To Toss?

I often get asked “Well, now that we know it contains bio-available lead, what are we supposed to do with it? Do we just put it in the trash?  Or do we have to dispose of it as toxic waste?” This is both a moral and ethical question—one that calls into question our laws, our […]

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Community Film Screenings

MisLEAD is a documentary feature film about the hidden epidemic of childhood lead poisoning in America today. Few in the U.S. realize that 1 in 3 children in our country have likely had an unsafe level of lead in their blood in their life-time; most families do not test their children and are not aware of […]

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