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John Ericksen May 12
Replying to @_pooja_kumar
I am hoping to go into a field which involves some aspect of , I'm not trying to sit in an office all day! is a possibility. If not, I would like to work with and/or .
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Daniel Stewart May 17
On Tuesday we installed a handful of pilot leaf litter exclosures in a site invaded by Typha angustifolia. Leaf litter is a known mechanism of invasion by this species, and we are investigating the benefits of its removal for restoration.
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Haller May 17
With thanks to Dr Rene Haller, what was once a barren, limestone quarry, now exists as a thriving ecological nature sanctuary, known as the Haller Park. If you would like to know more about the work we do here, visit our website:
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Michael Raczyla 14h
Sedge Progression @ Far Southeast Side, Chicago, Illinois
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SER Southwest May 12
SER NAU, a budding student group, is working on an ecological restoration demo site on campus at the SNAIL garden. SNAIL= Students Nurturing Alternatives in Landscaping.
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KootenayPermaculture May 16
Healing Earth an Evening Presentation with Dr John Todd in Nelson, BC May 30, 2019. hosted by Kootenay Permaculture Institute and Slocan River Streamkeepers
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laura capponi May 13
"The report calls attention to a critical design flaw in our global economic model: nature is valued at zero."
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Christine Milne May 19
Feel like being involved in something really positive . Join us
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Blair Parsons 17h
Out this week filming in the for our program. We're scaling up for , and and . Lots of work to do but lots to work for.
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True Nature Fnd May 19
Good news: 5 new foals born in the wild in Anciles Reserve in Spain! (photo by Pelayo García)
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Tamra E. Raven May 14
act LOCAL zero extinction/soilLOSS/plastics/food/waterWASTE now indexed to mandatory global all hands on deck halfPop<25LISTEN
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Deborah Stone May 15
Learning from Steve Byers and Doug Taron about the incredible effort that has gone, and is going into restoration at Bluff Spring Fen
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Biohabitats, Inc. May 16
Replying to @mborcherds
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Falklands Conservation May 16
Grow For It: GRANTS Up to £7000 is available for projects that benefit Falklands' wildlife - call 22247 or email habitatsrestore@conservation.org.fk for more info. This 2019 Grants Scheme is supported by Springcreek Conservation
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Tamra E. Raven May 18
how to see the local by global K12 tagged Tweets and Downloader | Twipu begin connect vegetation NO
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akaya 10h
Invitation extended to join us the next two days in Fort Lauderdale for the workshop hosted by the National Algae Association.
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MassDER May 15
Through our Cranberry Bog Program we identify high priority sites & interested landowners, help link farmers with land protection and conservation opportunities & complete on-the-ground restoration.
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Tamra E. Raven May 14
⁩ ⁦ policy is important and you can begin local now | Visual feature: The Emissions Gap Report | shift completion in plants towards endemics |
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The Reterraformers May 19
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The Reterraformers May 14
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