Bee The Change
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by Admin / 184 ViewsCotton is a highly thirsty plant that takes a huge toll on the environment.
Photo by Stocksy/Tatjana ZlatkovicEncourage a more sustainable textile market by choosing fabrics that protect the environment, honor producer health, and support your needs.by Admin / 635 Views
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Senato Cynthia Villar joined reaping the crops with the participants after a three-month training workshop on urban farming.
MANILA – Sen. Cynthia Villar believes urban farming will make communities self-sufficient in terms of food supply.by Admin / 651 Views
A recent study conducted by the University of Kentucky Department of Entomology researchers found that monarch butterflies and various bee species quickly find and use milkweeds in small urban gardens. They showed that monarchs and bees have preferences for the type and size of the plants.