A Gardener's Diary: Cold frames are a must
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In my last column I mentioned that broccoli plants should be spaced 12 inches or five cm from each other. I had a couple of emails about it. It should have read 12 inches or 30 cm. Sorry about the mistake. My proofreader didn't catch it but since it is …

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Market attracts organic-minded interests
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For information on upcoming markets, U-pick berries and bio-organic gardening, call Matthew Harper at (813) 279-8849. Freelance writer Linda Chion Kenney can be reached at lindachionkenney@gmail.com. Subscribe to The Tampa Tribune. Trending Now.

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Annual General Meeting of Wallenstam AB (publ)
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Wallenstam is a growing property company that manages, builds and develops properties for sustainable living and enterprise in Gothenburg and Stockholm. The property holding is valued at around SEK 33 billion and the customer base consists of just over …

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ASI hosts LA regional climate summit
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The climate leadership summit series is a project of the Environmental Defense Fund led by Defend Our Future and the National Campus Leadership Council. The aim of the summit is to connect leaders for discussions on the benefits of sustainable living.

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Zero-waste living the new normal for Tasmanian family
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The Carter family has put out their wheelie bin just twice in the past six months as they work towards to a zero-waste lifestyle. The idea of zero-waste living is to only buy things that can be reused or composted at the end of their original purpose …

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Bucks County Audubon Society celebration for the planet
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Throughout the day, the Bucks County Audubon Society hosted several education activities from Creek Explorations and Bird Walks to Walking Tours and Organic Gardening. Delaware Valley University's professor of Entomology, Dr. Christopher Tipping, ran …

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Bee-utiful day for students to garden
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Dozens of bees fly around Dan Killingsworth as he pulls out a tray with another hundred or so bees feasting on honeycombs. Episcopal Day School sixth-grade students Claire Jimenez and Gwyneth Baehr stand about 10 feet away. Jimenez practically …

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Sobantu star pupils back from informative Dubai trip
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The pupils debated and presented their essays on sustainable living in Dubai and were also taken to its fellow sustainable city and neighbour Abu Dhabi. “We will soon be sharing all that we learnt with other schools and teachers in Pietermaritzburg …

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EU is 'responsible for using taxpayers money to undercut African farmers'
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They make it "impossible for impoverished African farmers to compete" and "impossible for them to make a sustainable living," he is expected to say. He is expected to argue that EU policies the "morally repugnant" and have driven African farmers deeper …

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