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Review of Floriade Expo 2022 in Almere, NL

From Sue Rushton’s blog. Sue is as enthusiastic gardener and garden photographer in Great Britain. She covered the Floriade international horticultural exhibition this year. Continue reading

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And Now a Word from City Squirrels = Masked Squirrels – A Good Thing

The Squirr-eles, as I like to call these neighborhood jokers, are pretty much laid back like so many species of wildlife that are becoming more present inside cities. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Bee Kind = Life Continues

Thanks for stopping by my kitchen. Be well wherever you are in the world. Peace.

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WHO Launches a Collaborative = ACT – Saving Lives Across the Globe

Cooperation, Coordination, Collaboration Innovation, Diagnostics, Vaccines Equitable Sharing Solutions Fighting the Global Pandemic “Global health actors, private sector partners and other stakeholders are launching a landmark collaboration to accelerate the development, production and equitable global access to new COVID-19 essential … Continue reading

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“Why is Exposure to Nature So Good for Kids (and Adults)?” = Naturally Human

There was a time not long ago, when every Autumn I made a yearly pilgrimage to the local apple orchards to pick or buy apples. Continue reading

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