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I Love Trees: Chiasmus in Gordon B. Hinckley’s Description of the Conference Center Pulpit

Gordon B. Hinckley served as President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from March 1995 until his death in January 2008. Prior to serving as President of the Church, he served as a counselor in the First Presidency beginning in December 1982 and as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles beginning in October 1961. 989 more words

Chiasmus

Carpathian Walnuts

Just beginning to do research on Carpathian Walnuts and anticipating grafting on Black Walnut root stock. This is a short fact sheet about the species put out by the University of Idaho in 2007… 14 more words

Agroforestry

Walnut Spring Moon

I am not a brilliant, or even a good, photographer. In fact, I depend on my camera to do my magic for me, but every now and then something works. 98 more words

Pictures

Buffalo Themed Flute Sound Clip Added...

NEW SOUND CLIP

We just added a new sound clip to this AWARD Winning flute titled “Ta Tanga Ax Dog” (Runs With Buffalo).  This flute was completed for the Western Design Conference two years ago and I have kept this flute since then as it took First Place in Accents that Fall. 89 more words

Grafting nut trees

This is a nice publication on grafting pecan & walnut from University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry.

Especially like the tip of using white glue and a staple gun.

Grafting

Thousand Cankers Disease Survey Guidelines Available

The United States Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service and Plant Protection and Quarantine have published online the Thousand Cankers Disease Survey Guidelines for 2016. The guidelines provide standardized techniques for surveys of TCD. 96 more words

News

THIS WEEK AT BEAR CREEK: Bear Creek 75 Years Ago

The farm house at what is now Bear Creek Nature Park as it appeared in 1939.

Long before 107 acre Bear Creek Nature Park had official trails or a play area or decks at the marsh, it was a farm with chickens, ducks, cows, orchards and a garden. 3,460 more words

This Week At Bear Creek