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Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer Grady Harp says, "Having read and absorbed the very important book BLESS THE BEES by Kenneth Eade, this version that delivers the same message is meant for children and is a very fine introduction to biology for young minds: teach them from the start to honor bees...
Living in Vermont, I believe this is one of the most beautiful states. This is not because of pristine landscaping. This is because nature is allowed to grow and exist.
Drought is a unfortunate consequence of global climate changes,with trends only predicting an escalation in frequency and intensity. Water conservation solutions may a requirement to reduce impact on hard hit drought communities.
By Eliza Cornelis
A brief investigation of the effectiveness of the Civil Conservation Corps as part of the New Deal.
Fragment Terre â€“ Une aventure Ã©pique dans l'incomprÃ©hension, cette sÃ©rie de courtes histoires psychologiques, explore la signification plus fine des significations de sens nÃ©gligÃ©s par se comprendre.
Froid Concept: Est Facile Ã€ Faire
By Hue Noun
History repeats itself. Europe was overpopulated, polluted, plague ridden, and in strife when we risked it all to come to the new world...but the new world would not last forever. Now here we are 200 years into the future leaving the Earth after totally consuming it. Overpopulation,...
Novel | Updated Nov 23, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Twenty-five years ago they bought a homestead, in the middle of Vancouver Island, on the waterâ€™s edge. There are still reflections off the small lake at the foot of Mount Benson- of gardens and vineyards and woodland encounters.
Westwood Lake Chronicles is a dreamscape diary, a...
By Matthew Bissonnette
A essay on the need to prevent more species from dying out.
By The Dark
A pastoral poem reminding of the importance of our earth and how we are rapidly destroying it.
Have a time. Take a thought. Make this abundant. Kind as blessing. Listen from heart. Find one moment. Hear this. :)
Poetry | Updated Nov 29, 2011 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
we are destroying even the purest of natures gifts.
By Hal Brindley
Wildlife photographer Hal Brindley recounts the heart-pounding adventures of his final day as a cheetah tracker in South Africa.
Hi there! This is another poem I wrote in quite a hurry... And, as I look back at my former work, I am continually furthering my appreciation of.... well, editing, and it's not something I'm used to. SO, feel free to criticize, and I hope you like it.
PS- It IS supposed to be less dark than...
A reflection on how conservation became a movement and an attempt to understand why people are unwilling to participate in these efforts.