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Investigativer Journalismus und Datenjournalismus brauchen nicht nur einen detektivischen, ausdauernden Geist, sondern auch Zeit und Geld. Wie soll sich das eine junger Journalistin leisten? Andreas Maisch hat ein paar Tipps.

Andreas Maisch schreibt seit 2016 als freier Journalist fr mehr als ein Dutzend Bltter, zum Beispiel fr die Welt am Sonntag, den Tagesspiegel, die Frankfurter Rundschau und Brand eins. Mit seinem investigativen Projekt ber Korruption in der Bundesverwaltung und Vetternwirtschaft in der Amtszeit des ehemaligen Bundesentwicklungsministers Dirk Niebel gewann er Recherche Stipendium der Otto Brenner Stiftung. In einer seiner letzten investigativen, datenjournalistischen Arbeiten beschftigte sich Andreas Maisch mit den Sanktionen der EU gegen Russland. Er zeigte am Beispiel der Rennpferde von Ramsan Kadyrow, des Prsidenten der russischen Teilrepublik Tschetschenien, dass die Sanktionen von EU Staaten nicht konsequent umgesetzt wurden Kadyrows Vermgen wurde nicht eingefroren, seine Pferde liefen weiter Rennen und gewannen Preisgelder, auch in Deutschland. Und wenn man die entsprechende These hat, sich vielleicht schon auf ein Thema spezialisiert hat und durch andere Geschichten Hintergrundwissen besitzt , hat man natrlich auch Vorteile bei der Datenanalyse. Man braucht dann nicht ganz so viel Zeit, wie wenn man sich neu in ein Thema einarbeitet.

Arbeitest du denn nur mit den reinen” Daten?

Nein. Man sollte auch mit Experten sprechen einerseits um auf Thesen zu kommen, aber auch, um die Ergebnisse abzuklren. Und auch fr den Artikel ist es ja hilfreich, wenn man Experten zitieren kann, die das Ganze nochmal untermauern und belegen. Hilfreich ist auch, in Datenbanken aus dem Ausland zu recherchieren und verschiedene Recherchen zu kombinieren. Man sollte nicht sagen: Ich arbeite nur noch datenjournalistisch’, sondern auch mal einen IFG Antrag stellen oder eben mit einem Experten sprechen. Oder anders herum: Auch wenn man klassischer Reporter ist, sollte man fter berlegen, ob es Daten gibt, die einem weiterhelfen. Man sollte vernetzter denken und die verschiedenen Mglichkeiten kombinieren. So arbeitet man viel effektiver, als wenn man nur eine Methode anwendet.

Fr eine lngere Recherche braucht man aber natrlich auch eine gute Bezahlung. An wen richtest du dich mit deinen Projekten?

Ich suche immer nach dem passenden Auftraggeber beziehungsweise Abnehmer fr die einzelne Geschichte. Da haben ja die einzelnen Medien verschiedene Schwerpunkte, verschiedene Ressorts. Manche Zeitungen haben zum Beispiel kein Wissenschaftsressort, andere wie zum Beispiel der Tagesspiegel, haben eins. Oft ist es auch sinnvoll, bei Investigativressorts anzuklopfen, wenn man entsprechende Geschichten hat vor allem in Hinblick auf das Honorar. Die Kollegen dort verstehen oft besser, wie viel Aufwand hinter so einer Geschichte steckt und haben hhere Budgets, weil sie selbst auch grere Geschichten recherchieren. Am Ende muss man die Arbeitszeit refinanzieren, die man in eine Geschichte steckt. Da ist es besser, man arbeitet fr Magazine oder fr die entsprechenden Investigativressorts.

Rennpferde beschftigten Andreas Maisch in einer seiner letzten Recherchen (Foto: hhach)

Wie findest du deine Themen? Auf Rennpferde in Datenbanken wie in einem deiner letzten Projekte stt man ja nicht einfach so.

Es hilft, Fragen zu stellen, wie etwas umgesetzt worden ist. Zum Beispiel kann man ein politisches Projekt kritisch hinterfragen und sich dann konkret die Manahmen anschauen. Manchmal liefern auch Studien Denkanste.

Bei der Geschichte mit den Rennpferden zum Beispiel hat unser Recherche Team gewusst: Es gibt Sanktionen der EU gegen Russland und es war allgemein schwierig, genaue Informationen ber die Umsetzung zu bekommen, weil die Behrden und auch die EU fast keine Informationen herausgeben. Das ist schon ein erster Hinweis darauf, dass es vielleicht nicht so erfolgreich ist und die Behrden darber nicht gro sprechen wollen. Es wurde auch in anderen Medien nicht viel berichtet, was genau erreicht worden ist auch ein Indiz dafr, dass noch nicht viel passiert ist.

Dann knnen wir uns anschauen, was gemacht wurde. Wurden die Sanktionen von den verschiedenen Behrden einheitlich umgesetzt? Mit dieser Grundfrage und mit der skeptischen These, dass es vermutlich nicht so effektiv war, haben wir dann recherchiert, von welchen Personen wirklich Vermgen eingefroren wurde und bekamen heraus,
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dass Rennpferde betroffen sind. Dann habe ich allein recherchiert, was mit den Rennpferden von Kadyrow passiert ist, an welchen Rennen sie teilgenommen haben. Da waren Datenbanken sehr hilfreich. Die sparen, wenn man die richtige Datenbank findet, auch Zeit, weil man sich da nicht lange mit Behrden herumstreiten muss.

Am Beispiel der Geschichte ber die Rennpferde wie lang hast du von der ersten Recherche bis zum fertigen Artikel gebraucht?

Das waren etwa dreieinhalb oder vier Arbeitstage.

Aber nicht jedes Thema und nicht jede Recherche hat das Potential zur Geschichte. Das klingt risikoreich.

Bei der Kadyrow Geschichte war eigentlich relativ schnell klar, dass es die Rennpferde gibt und dass sie in Deutschland an Wettrennen teilgenommen haben. Mit dieser kurzen Vorrecherche wei man eigentlich schon, dass es ein spannendes Thema ist und dass es sich lohnt, es zu vertiefen. Wenn es fr Deutschland keine Treffer gegeben htte, htte man trotzdem noch in auslndischen Datenbanken recherchieren knnen. Die sind oft hilfreich, da sie andere Daten oder andere Fehler haben, die man als Rechercheur ausnutzen kann. Aber sptestens, wenn auch dort keine Treffer gewesen wren, htte man die Geschichte begraben knnen, htte bis dahin aber nicht viel Zeit investiert wahrscheinlich nur wenige Stunden.

Ob ein Thema etwas hergibt, kann man mit den richtigen Datenbanken schon in wenigen Stunden heraus finden (Foto: Republica)

Das heit, es ist wirklich auch als junger, freier Journalist machbar, investigativ und datenjournalistisch zu arbeiten.

Gut ist, wenn man ein Auftragsnetz hat und zum Beispiel noch andere Auftrge wie zum Beispiel das Erstellen eines Branchen Newsletter hat. So hat man ein regelmiges Einkommen und kann dann zustzlich lngere Geschichten schreiben, die man ja auch nicht am Stck recherchieren muss. Wenn man dann innerhalb der ersten Tage feststellt, dass das Thema zu komplex ist und mehr Zeit braucht, dass man die Arbeit daran nicht refinanzieren kann, schreibt man den Arbeitsstand auf und kann sich zum Beispiel auf ein Recherchestipendium bei einer NGO wie Netzwerk Recherche oder bei einer Stiftung bewerben.

Grere Recherchen sind also letzten Endes doch als freier Journalist schwierig.

Man sollte, wenn man wirklich eine sehr umfangreiche Recherche hat, entweder schon einen Auftraggeber haben und dann natrlich auch schon mal das Honorar vorbesprechen. Oder man bewirbt sich um ein Stipendium. Was man natrlich auch immer probieren kann, ist, fr ein Projekt zu einer Redaktion zu gehen und ihr das Thema anzubieten, um es gemeinsam zu realisieren. Viele investigative Geschichten lassen sich aber innerhalb weniger Tage recherchieren, das hngt stark vom Thema ab.

Hast du sonst noch Tipps fr Journalistinnen, die sich fr investigativen oder Datenjournalismus interessieren?

Ich finde, manchmal ist im Datenjournalismus die Tendenz dazu da, Datenmalerei zu betreiben und schne Grafiken zu erstellen was ja auch seine Berechtigung hat. Aber was ich mir manchmal noch mehr wnschen wrde, sind Datenprojekte, die etwas hinterfragen und vor allem die Geschichten zeigen, die hinter den Zahlen stecken.

Graben nach Daten viele Informationen sind ffentlich zugnglich (Foto: WolfBlur)

Um zu finden, was hinter den Zahlen steckt, muss man ja erstmal die Zahlen oder Daten selbst finden. Aber es sind ja wirklich viel mehr Informationen allen zugnglich, als wir oft denken.

Genau, gerade TED [Tenders Electronic Daily offenes Datenportal der EU] ist eine groe Datenbank mit vielen Ausschreibungen. Oder Frderkataloge zum Beispiel der Frderkatalog des Bundes, wo man sieht, welches Unternehmen Frdermittel vom Bund erhalten hat. In solchen Datenbanken knnte man zum Beispiel auch als Kulturjournalist schauen, welche Organisationen Gelder bekommen haben.

Wenn jeder Journalist nachdenkt, welche mglichen Datenbanken und Daten es in seinem Bereich gibt,
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An area of low pressure rolling out the Desert Southwest will track across KAKEland. This next weather maker will likely produce rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow for the second half of the weekend.

Light precipitation in the form of sprinkles and drizzle possible for North and South Central Kansas Saturday night into Sunday morning. Temperatures will be up above freezing during the drizzle chances so slick roads will not be a concern.

Sunday, light rain and freezing rain will start in the morning. North Central and Northwest Kansas could turn slick with light freezing drizzle and rain during the morning hours. As we go through the day temperatures will start to dip and freezing rain will change over to snowfall for Western Kansas. The snow will track northeast through the evening and overnight hours Sunday. Snow should exit Northern Kansas very early Monday morning.

Roads in the freezing rain and snow zones could easily turn slick.

With mixed precipitation events like this, uncertainty is often high and this weather maker is no exception. A minor shift in track or change in temperatures could lead to vastly different outcomes. Please stay tuned for forecast updates and winter weather alerts throughout the weekend.

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The city of Wichita has filed a response to a federal lawsuit filed in the deadly swatting case that killed Andrew Finch in December after police received a fake call.

The city of Wichita has filed a response to a federal lawsuit filed in the deadly swatting case that killed Andrew Finch in December after police received a fake call. Army Corps of Engineers is asking the public for help after a Native American carving at Kanopolis Lake was vandalized. Army Corps of Engineers is asking the public for help after a Native American carving at Kanopolis Lake was vandalized.

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Kansas Lawmakers visited Spirit AeroSystems in Wichita, one of the largest aircraft manufacturers in the country.

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False shooter report sends officers to Maize South High SchoolFalse shooter report sends officers to Maize South High SchoolThe superintendent of Maize schools says a false report of an active shooter at the district’s South High School was triggered by a text between a student and her parents that was shared with another family member.

The superintendent of Maize schools says a false report of an active shooter at the district’s South High School was triggered by a text between a student and her parents that was shared with another family member.

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The Manhattan Mercury reports that searchers used boats with sonar to locate on Thursday the body of 21 year old Anthony Berg.

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K State’s Wade out for Big 12 semifinal against KUK State’s Wade out for Big 12 semifinal against KUJunior forward Dean Wade injured his foot during Thursday’s 66 64 overtime victory over TCU and will not play as a precaution.

Junior forward Dean Wade injured his foot during Thursday’s 66 64 overtime victory over TCU and will not play as a precaution.

Morris key tonight against TempleMorris key tonight against TempleNo. 11 Wichita State will tip off their American Athletic Conference quarterfinal tonight against Temple. This will be their third meeting with the Owls this season.

No. 11 Wichita State will tip off their American Athletic Conference quarterfinal tonight against Temple. This will be their third meeting with the Owls this season.

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In the diet world, a new buzzword is emerging: lectins. Have you heard of lectins? Ten years ago, you probably hadn’t heard of gluten, either. Going “lectin free” is primed to become the next big thing in dieting, but this diet seems more fad than fact.

Lectins are a type of protein found in many foods including grains and beans. As isolated compounds, they have been researched for many years and can have positive and negative health effects. While some lectins are highly toxic, others are benign.

The problem is that online health gurus are painting all lectins with the same brush, and playing up the negative effects without the evidence to back it up. Saying all lectins are poison is akin to saying that you shouldn’t eat button mushrooms because some foraged mushrooms are toxic. It makes no sense.

What the online rhetoric doesn’t mention is that North Americans actually don’t ingest a lot of lectins, so the problems they cite linking lectins to obesity, irritable bowel syndrome and inflammation may be way overblown. Before you fall for any pseudo advice, here are the facts.

There’s more than one type of lectin, and different ones can do different things. Scientists are still trying to map out all of the lectins and what they are capable of. And unlike handy lists of how much iron or vitamin C is found in certain foods, there aren’t easy to access lists of the amount of lectins in food, and what each one does.

Without getting too technical, lectins help cells stick together. Research shows that lectins may have some benefits they are antimicrobial, help the immune system and have anti cancer potential. But the same stickiness also makes them act as “anti nutrients,” which hinder the body’s absorption of certain vitamins. High intake of lectins may damage the lining of the intestine, which lets proteins cross into the bloodstream undigested. This could cause an allergic reaction or increase risk of developing autoimmune diseases.

It’s critical to note that the majority of lectin studies have been done with isolated lectins, not actual foods, and have been conducted in test tubes or in animals, not in people. So how can these online health gurus conclusively link lectin containing foods to certain health issues when clinical trials in humans have not even been conducted yet?

Many rely on what we know for sure: Some lectins are toxic. But no one eats those! For example, lectins in raw or undercooked kidney beans can cause symptoms that mimic food poisoning, such as vomiting and diarrhea. But that doesn’t mean no one should eat any beans it just means we can’t eat raw kidney beans.

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if not all, of the lectins. Note that soaking beans overnight does not remove enough lectin, and don’t rely on slow cookers when cooking beans from scratch the machine doesn’t get hot enough to destroy lectins. Prepared properly, beans have low lectin levels and are safe to eat.

Grains can also be boiled to reduce lectin content. Think about quinoa, rice and barley boiled first, then eaten, right? Fermenting and sprouting foods can also help reduce lectin content. Friendly bacteria in the fermentation process digests the anti nutrients, and can reduce lectins by up to 95 percent.

Articles that promote the lectin free diet cite it as a miraculous cure all for arthritis, multiple sclerosis and even cancer. That’s the first sign it’s a fad overblown promises of astonishing health benefits before any clinical proof exists.

The next sign of a fad is a long list of foods to eliminate. What’s not allowed on the lectin free diet? Whole grains, beans, peas, lentils, nuts, seeds, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, dairy, eggs and fruit they’re all out. That’s pretty much my entire grocery list. Obviously, this diet is not sustainable, and it unnecessarily cuts out a wide range of nutritious ingredients.

It’s also a likely fad when everyone regardless of age, health status or medical needs is advised to follow the same diet. How can one diet work for everyone? Finally, it’s a fad when scare tactics persuade you to spend money on supplements. Of course, anti lectin advocates sell expensive pills (just $79.95 a month) that claim to neutralize or reduce the negative effect of lectins.

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ARIES (March 21 April 19): British athlete Liam Collins is an accomplished hurdler. In 2017, he won two medals at the World Masters Athletics Indoor Championships in South Korea. Collins is also a stuntman and street performer who does shows in which he hurdles over barriers made of chainsaws and leaps blindfolded through flaming hoops. For the foreseeable future, you may have a dual capacity with some resemblances to his. You could reach a high point in expressing your skills in your chosen field, and also branch out into extraordinary or flamboyant variations on your specialty.

TAURUS (April 20 May 20): When he was 32, the man who would later be known as Dr. Seuss wrote his first kid’s book, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street. His efforts to find a readership went badly at first. Twenty seven publishers rejected his manuscript. On the verge of abandoning his quest, he ran into an old college classmate on the street. The friend, who had recently begun working at Vanguard Press, expressed interest in the book. Voila! Mulberry Street got published. Dr. I’m telling you this tale, Taurus, because I suspect your chances at experiencing a comparable stroke of luck in the coming weeks will be extra high. Be alert!

GEMINI (May 21 June 20): A survey of British Christians found that most are loyal to just six of the Ten Commandments. While they still think it’s bad to, say, steal and kill and lie, they don’t regard it as a sin to revere idols, work on the Sabbath, worship other gods, or use the Lord’s name in a curse. In accordance with the astrological omens, I encourage you to be inspired by their rebellion. The coming weeks will be a favorable time to re evaluate your old traditions and belief systems, and then discard anything that no longer suits the new person you’ve become. Navy during World War II, Don Karkos lost the sight in his right eye after being hit by shrapnel. Sixty four years later, he regained his vision when he got butted in the head by a horse he was grooming. Based on the upcoming astrological omens, I’m wondering if you’ll soon experience a metaphorically comparable restoration. My analysis suggests that you’ll undergo a healing in which something you lost will return or be returned.

LEO (July 23 Aug. 22): The candy cap mushroom, whose scientific name is Lactarius rubidus, is a burnt orange color. It’s small to medium sized and has a convex cap. But there its resemblance to other mushrooms ends. When dried out, it tastes and smells like maple syrup. You can grind it into a powder and use it to sweeten cakes and cookies and custards. According to my analysis of the astrological omens, this unusual member of the fungus family can serve as an apt metaphor for you right now. You, too, have access to a resource or influence that is deceptive,
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VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22): A grandfather from New Jersey decided to check the pockets of an old shirt he didn’t wear very often. There Jimmie Smith found a lottery ticket he had stashed away months previously. When he realized it had a winning number, he cashed it in for $24.1 million just two days before it was set to expire. I suspect there may be a comparable development in your near future, although the reward would be more modest. Is there any potential valuable that you have forgotten about or neglected? It’s not too late to claim it.

LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Geological Survey recently announced that it had come up with improved maps of the planet’s agricultural regions. Better satellite imagery helped, as did more thorough analysis of the imagery. The new data show that the Earth is covered with 618 million more acres of croplands than had previously been thought. That’s 15 percent higher than earlier assessments! In the coming months, Libra, I’m predicting a comparable expansion in your awareness of how many resources you have available. I bet you will also discover that you’re more fertile than you have imagined.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. The “Caped Crusader” eventually went on to become an icon, appearing in blockbuster movies as well as TV shows and comic books. Kane said one of his inspirations for Batman was a flying machine envisioned by Leonard da Vinci in the early 16th century. The Italian artist and inventor drew an image of a winged glider that he proposed to build for a human being to wear. I bring this up, Scorpio, because I think you’re in a phase when you, like Kane, can draw inspiration from the past. Go scavenging through history for good ideas!

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 Dec. 21): I was watching a four player poker game on TV. The folksy commentator said that the assortment of cards belonging to the player named Mike was “like Anna Kournikova,” because “it looks great but it never wins.” He was referring to the fact that during her career as a professional tennis player, Anna Kournikova was feted for her physical beauty but never actually won a singles title. This remark happens to be a useful admonishment for you Sagittarians in the coming weeks. You should avoid relying on anything that looks good but never wins. Put your trust in influences that are a bit homely or unassuming but far more apt to contribute to your success.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. 19): A Chinese man named Wang Kaiyu bought two black furred puppies from a stranger and took them home to his farm. As the months passed by, Wang noticed that his pets seemed unusually hungry and aggressive. They would sometimes eat his chickens. When they were two years old, he finally figured out that they weren’t dogs, but rather Asian black bears. He turned them over to a local animal rescue center. I bring this to your attention, Capricorn, because I suspect it may have a resemblance to your experience. A case of mistaken identity? A surprise revealed in the course of a ripening process? A misunderstanding about what you’re taking care of? Now is a good time to make adjustments and corrections.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. 18): Charles Nelson Reilly was a famous American actor, director, and drama teacher. He appeared in or directed numerous films, plays, and TV shows. But in the 1970s, when he was in his forties, he also spent quality time impersonating a banana in a series of commercials for Bic Banana Ink Crayons. So apparently he wasn’t overly attached to his dignity. Pride didn’t interfere with his ability to experiment. In his pursuit of creative expression, he valued the arts of playing and having fun. I encourage you to be inspired by his example during the coming weeks, Aquarius.

PISCES (Feb. However, they wouldn’t finalize any intoxicated decision until they had a chance to re evaluate it while sober. The reverse was also true. Choices they made while sober had to be reassessed while they were under the influence of alcohol. I bring this to your attention not because I think you should adhere to similar guidelines in the coming weeks. I would never give you an oracle that required you to be buzzed. But I do think you’ll be wise to consider key decisions from not just a coolly rational mindset, but also from a frisky intuitive perspective. To arrive at a wise verdict,
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Black leather interior squeaks as she adjusts the driver’s seat back slightly and the touch screen console lights up while she searches the radio stations for something upbeat.

The walkie talkie resting against Wilson’s leg screeches with static before the call comes in.

“Seventy to 79,” from the dispatcher at the reception desk in the UMC.

“79 to 70,” Wilson replies.

It’s the start of Wilson’s shift as a driver for NightRide a free cab service provided to CU students, faculty and staff and dispatch is sending in her first call.

NightRide staffs six drivers a night to chauffeur the CU population anywhere in the Boulder city limits. Friday and Saturday.

The majority of clients are students studying late on campus who don’t want to catch the bus or walk home after dark, Wilson said.

“It doesn’t matter why they need a ride though,” Wilson said. “We don’t pass judgment. We just want them to get home, or wherever they’re going safely.”CU sophomore Meghan Mcfarland said she hasn’t used the service this year but she did use it as a freshman to get home from campus after a late night cram session.

“I lived in Will Vill and the bus isn’t very reliable that late at night,” Mcfarland said.

Senior Bianca Bzdell said she used NightRide to party on the Hill as a freshman but not since. Even though she hasn’t used it in more than three years, Bzdell said she still thinks the service is worth the student fee that funds NightRide, about $2.26 per student, per semester, according to UMC director Carlos Garcia. and NightRide isn’t running that late so we don’t use it to get home,” Bzdell said. “It’s definitely a great service but I think it mostly benefits freshmen girls.”

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she said.

“That’s just what we’ve always thought the advertisements made it seem like,” Bzdell said.

Wilson encourages more students to make use of the service despite any perceptions that may follow.

“Getting home safely is what matters,” Wilson said. “I don’t care what anyone thinks, that’s the No. 1 thing.”

Wilson, who is now the NightRide director, has been working as a driver since her sophomore year.

Saturday is CU’s first home football game of the season, giving Wilson reason to think the weekend shifts will be busier than normal.

Her first call of the night is two CU students, one on crutches, who need to be picked up at the UMC and dropped at home, about a mile and a half from campus.

NightRide also offers reservations that can be made up to an hour in advance, Wilson said.

Beyond perks including a schedule that rarely conflicts with classes and getting paid to socialize with her peers, Wilson said the gratitude expressed by passengers is what keeps her coming back to the job.

“Everyone who gets a ride is appreciative when they get out,” Wilson said. “They’re usually like ‘thanks so much,
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Trail Mix is one of the most popular hiking groups in Western Washington. Sorry for the tease, but they not taking any more newcomers right now.

They hike in packs of 12, and with more than 300 members, the group is bursting at the seams, said hike leader Pete Girard.

So we got the next best thing. We asked Trail Mix co founders Girard and Peter Stevens to list their Top 10 local winter hikes that won usually require snowshoes. (Snow free not guaranteed.)

We asked only that they not include off the beaten path hikes for fear you might get lost without a compass or any of the hiking essentials (which you have in your day pack, right?).

In winter, they focus their lowland hikes around the accessible Interstate 90 corridor from Cougar Mountain to Rattlesnake Lake.

Here is Girard and Stevens top 10 list, in no particular order, with their comments.

West Rattlesnake trail, from Snoqualmie Point

You can hike all the way to Grand Prospect (round trip of 8.4 miles, with 2,200 feet of elevation gain). This hike can also be a snowline explorer on which your party goes only as high as snow and ice conditions allow. You get magnificent views of Mount Si and other peaks to the north and east and at Grand Prospect, plus views up the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River. At the trailhead, there are two bathrooms and a paved lot with plenty of parking spaces.

Getting there: Exit 27 off I 90.

East Peak Rattlesnake trail, from Rattlesnake Lake

This popular hike on the new trail goes to the lower, middle and upper Rattlesnake ledges, easily walkable in almost all conditions. Above the lower ledge, hiker traffic diminishes as you ascend. Very few folks go as high as the East Peak of Rattlesnake, which is a round trip of about seven miles, with a 2,400 foot elevation gain.

Getting there: Exit 32 off I 90.

This is a harder winter hike, one that often features a slick path up high. We definitely bring traction devices. It has nice views in all directions, including of Mount Rainier. This hike is eight miles round trip with 3,200 feet of elevation gain. We perk up this hike by going up and down the Old Mount Si Trail, from the Little Si parking lot, a route that has far less traffic. It also gives you a better workout (six to seven miles and 3,400 feet of elevation).

There also a nice loop you can make, off the regular Mount Si trail. It the Talus Loop trail (4.5 miles and 1,500 feet of elevation gain). It a trail that doesn get much traffic. You get a nice lunch spot, on the talus, with views to the east and, sometimes, sunshine. A few places on this trail can be icy. This loop is a good choice when the weather around Mount Si is too windy or cold.

Getting there: Exit 32 off I 90.

This hike is a four mile round trip with about 1,
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200 feet of elevation gain. We perk it up by going first up the Boulder Garden Loop and then down to join the Little Si trail, for about six miles and 1,700 feet of elevation gain, putting us atop Little Si and its great views of Mount Si. A nice lunch spot.

Getting there: Exit 32 off I 90.

This trailhead has a large parking lot, good signage, southern exposure and not much foot traffic. There are various trails up to the central and west peaks of Squak with mileages in the six to seven mile range and elevation gains approaching but usually not exceeding 2,000 feet. Depending on the route, there are Mount Rainier views and a glimpse of downtown Seattle and the Olympics.

Getting there: Just west of Issaquah, take Highway 900 south 4 miles to May Valley Road. Go east 2.5 miles to Squak Mountain State Park sign, on left.

This hike can get crowded, what with 250,000 hikers up here annually. But there are lots of different routes to the top. The usual route is about five miles round trip with 2,000 feet of elevation gain. Traction devices are usually needed above what is known as the Railroad Grade, at an altitude of about 2,000 feet (the top is at 2,500 feet). The Nook and Section Line trails are often quiet, since they steeper than the regular trail. Those with a Tiger Mountain map can find different ways to descend to the parking lot. Hikes on this side of West Tiger 3 are protected from south winds.

Getting there: Exit 20 off I 90.

West Tiger 2 trail (and West Tiger 1) from East Highpoint

This hike offers steep elevation gain and a winding trail, but you rarely need traction devices. In case of crummy weather, take shelter at the Hikers Hut. This hike is about eight miles with more than 2,500 feet of elevation gain. On a clear day, you can see Mount Rainier and the Issaquah Alps.

Getting there: Exit 20 off I 90, with parking near the white gate off I 90. (Due to logging and then blowdown from a windstorm, it no longer possible to go up West Tiger 1, so go up Trail 2 and then up Trail 1.)

This hike is better in winter than in summer and offers views of Seattle, the Olympics and the Cascades. There not much hiker traffic. We do it as a loop, which makes it more interesting, about seven miles and under 2,000 feet of elevation gain. Traction devices are rarely needed.

Getting there: From Issaquah Hobart Road, take Tiger Mountain Road to the trailhead.

Cougar Mountain via Big Tree Ridge

This short hike to Anti Aircraft Peak on Cougar Mountain is on a well made new trail, with picnic shelters on top, a bathroom, and views north to Lake Sammamish. About five miles and about 1,100 feet of elevation gain. Traction devices rarely needed.
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Or is it?

Fall is the time of year to add organic material to a garden bed and manure is black gold when it comes to a soil amendment. As the Craigslist ad shows, finding a source of manure is little more than a mouse click away. All the easier if you have a truck or trailer to haul it home with.

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Manure is a great source of organic material and helps build up the soil’s ability to hold water, support soil life and provide aeration. Manures are also a source of nitrogen and other nutrients with rabbit having the highest level of nitrogen at about 2 percent while chicken is usually about 1 percent. Beef, sheep and horse are just under a percent while dairy cow manure is the lowest. These ranges are not exact and can vary widely depending on how much bedding and wood shavings are mixed into the manure and how it was handled at the farm. The nitrogen is in a slow release form that is available to the plants over a longer period.

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LAKE BUENA VISTA Free agency is always about money, but there are many other aspects to the process. When Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin sees his peer Jarvis Landry about to hit the market, he sees more than the massive payday.

Baldwin sees a player who clawed his way to the top through high school and LSU and made people regret passing him in the 2014 Draft when he went 63rd overall to the Dolphins. After catching more passes (400) in his first four year than any player in league history and averaging 1,000 yards per season, Landry’s about to reap a well deserved reward.

“He’s an incredible talent and obviously done a lot for the Dolphins’ organization, but I don’t look at him as an asset,” Baldwin said after the NFC’s Pro Bowl walkthrough today. “More so, I look at him as a human being who has fought tooth and nail to get to where he’s at now. He has earned everything that’s coming to him.

“He’s worked tremendously hard to get to this point. I couldn’t be more happy for him and I want to see him do well, not only as a football player but as a man.”

Baldwin knows that struggle quite well. He broke into the league as an undrafted free agent in 2011 and quickly established himself as a vital part of Seattle’s offense. He was 9 yards shy of making this season his third straight of 1,000 plus.

The Seahawks headed off Baldwin’s free agency by working out an extension with him a year early in 2016. He signed for four years, $46 million, and that was as much about standing his ground about the quality of player he is as it was getting paid.

His advice to Landry would be to look at it the same way.

“The decision is easy: What do you want as a man?” Baldwin said. “To me, it was really simple. I had a number in mind and I wasn’t gonna go below it. I’m sure he’s in the same situation. I’m sure he has a good agent who’s leading him in that way.”

Landry, playing in his third Pro Bowl on Sunday, will become a free agent for the first time in March after playing out a rookie contract that paid him $3.5 million over his first four seasons. He’s the only Dolphin ever to post a 100 catch season and his four seasons all rank in the franchise’s top seven in receptions.
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