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School
Richfield Springs Central School, University of Minnesota
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St. Anthony Falls Laboratory - SAFL
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Dansk, English
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Bonnie-Jean

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St Paul, Minnesota, United States · Member since November 2012
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I live in the Twin Cities because of the vibrant health and optimism of the people here, along with the bikeways, which allow more safe bike commuting than most other places in the entire United States of America. I also enjoy the overwhelming cultural, dance , music, and theater options for entertainment and indulging my own personal growth and social needs. I have been participating in a couple pub sings at 2 venues: The Dubliner in St. Paul, and Merlins Rest in Minneapolis.
I work at the University of Minnesota, in an environmental / earth science and engineering laboratory.
I have 1 dog named Boss. He has indoor and outdoor accommodations. He barks a lot when people knock on the door, but then mellows out after he meets guests.
I enjoy Kayaking on waterways in the Twin Cities area .
I enjoy contra-dancing, cajun dancing, and the celtic and eastern European folk music scenes. I also have a number of Indian connections after having studied Kathak dance for a number of years, and being one of 2 primary local photographers for a Bharatanatyam company, Ragamala. I dance with a Hungarian Folkdance performance group called Videki.
I am passionate about reducing the use of herbicides and pesticides, and reducing the use of inorganic (chemical) fertilizers to maintain turf grass for lawns, espcially in children's play areas, and residential lawns. I am a strong proponent of eating the landscape, and generating and nuturing an edible landscape for everyone who wishes to nurture him/herself, friends and relatives with food that can be gathered and/or grown nearby.