Monthly Archives: September 2011

Introducing: “Sewing Spots Together”….. Make Room for the Jaguar, NZ Eels!

With the help of Defenders of Wildlife Southwest Chapter, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Saguaro National Park, friends, food and laughs, I have already created the “head” and “tail” of this potentially infinitely looooooooooooong jaguar made mostly of re-used junk and … Continue reading

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Mataroa School Gets the Eely Word Out!

The Eel Woman did not have the pleasure of visiting Taihape and the kids at Mataroa School.  However, their freshwater-conservation-minded teacher, Vanessa Witt, bravely dove right into it herself.  Not only did her students contribute a lovely piece of the … Continue reading

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