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Radicle plumage
My name is Georgia. I’m in a life-long relationship with plants, especially in cities. Founding director . She/her.
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CRTI 15h
And less-young people looking for a career change. :)
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NYClimate 15h
Summer’s officially here! Be A Buddy and check in on your neighbors, friends and family on hot days. Heat related illness and death are the biggest threat connected to climate change. Learn more about ways to protect your community and loved ones here:
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Elizabeth Yeampierre Jun 23
After coming back from where local work is a model of resistance to a climate win led by NYS’s frontline, I need to binge on movies based on Octavia Butler’s books specifically made by -I read them all 3x-I want to watch who we are & are going to be
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Radicle plumage Jun 23
“...self-censorship turns into self-deception, until the recognition itself disappears—a lie you accept becomes a lie you forget. In this way, intelligent people do the work of eliminating their own unorthodoxy without the Thought Police.” -George Packer .
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Untapped Cities Jun 21
Tucked in One of ’s Largest Parks is a Historic Dutch Windmill
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Scott Fallon Jun 21
SOME GOOD NEWS (for once): The missing falcon that fell from the Jersey City skyscraper after allegedly being sprayed Sunday with water by window washers was found alive this afternoon. Still getting more info but short update here:
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Radicle plumage Jun 21
Did you know the dogwood genus ‘Cornus’ has been renamed ‘Benthamidia’? I’m sticking with Cornus! HT Eric at Plant of the Week.
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Martina Castro Jun 19
So impressed with this first class of the and program! There is no doubt here about the global reach and potential of our medium, and that only happens by bringing in and raising up new voices. “Podcasts are for everyone” 👏🌎🎤
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Audubon Society Jun 19
With nearly the entire species clustered in Colombia during winter, Prothonotary Warblers are both vulnerable to habitat loss and ripe for targeted conservation work.
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Radicle plumage Jun 19
“Roomba” for the lawn!
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Ellie Irons Jun 19
Curious about this myself, of course, but can't say I know of any studies. Would be easy to figure out over here in land if one could get access to mower data!
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Center for Bio Div Jun 18
Researchers were shocked to discover bees making nests out of plastics due to the extent of plastics pollution in their environment.
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Popular Science Jun 18
Abandoned or escaped non-traditional pets as the source of a growing number of ecological invasions.
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Carly Ziter Jun 18
Glad to see small urban greenspaces getting more study and attention! ‘Pop up parks’ can provide social and ecological benefits, complementing a traditional park network.
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Arbor Day Foundation Jun 18
Planting trees is a great way to help pollinators. A look back at a blog post from for National Pollinator week.
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Dowen Jocson Jun 17
Happy pollinator week! Here's a bumble butt to celebrate!!!
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Thomson Reuters Foundation News Jun 18
'Unfortunately, conservation of forests in one country often just shifts deforestation to another' | reports
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Natural History Museum of L.A. County Jun 18
With summer comes rest and relaxation. This Scoliid wasp has the right idea, poised on an 𝘌𝘳𝘪𝘨𝘦𝘳𝘰𝘯 𝘨𝘭𝘢𝘶𝘤𝘶𝘴 plant, otherwise known as a seaside daisy! ☀️ 📷 Carol Bornstein
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CENHS Jun 18
Congratulations to Zoe Parker, the 2019 undergraduate winner of the Greene Prize in Environmental Writing!! Read a shortened version of this great essay, "Racial and Socioeconomic Disparities in Access to Urban Greenspace," over on the CENHS blog!!
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Derek Hennen Jun 18
The local time is 8:15 and it's time to learn about trees, a thread:
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