In the third part of my presentation on Willamette Valley Geology for The Oregon Master Naturalists Program, I explicitly developed one of my favorite themes: the idea that we're so surrounded by geology, we often don't even notice it. Like air, the only time most of us really pay attention to it is when it's missing. And that almost never happens.
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