28 September 2016 – Remember the first image in my previous post? Louise & I are hanging over the railing of the Cambie Street bridge, about to cross north to downtown Vancouver, but pausing to watch dragon boats flash through the waters of False Creek below. 696 more words
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The Facebook pop-up memory feature is pretty great. When I saw what it delivered this morning on my newsfeed, I was quite delighted.
Basildon & Southend Housing Action (BASHA) have received a letter from a Tenancy and Estate Management Officer at Basildon Council telling them to remove their community garden and various signs they’ve put up on the Nursery Gardens estate in Laindon. 422 more words
Imagine an educational program that can improve students’ health, gets kids excited to learn science and math, and instills a love of nature? School garden programs can accomplish all of these feats and more. 806 more words
If you walk down East 25th Street, between Clarendon Road and Avenue D in Brooklyn, the first thing you’ll notice is that the streets are lined with a lush array of flowers, shrubs, and gardens. 215 more words