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A mixed bag of a season to date

Go Local Food is having a mixed season so far like many more growers around the UK this year.

The first row of broad beans has produced about 200 kilos so far this season and there are five more rows to go. 322 more words

Go Local Food

Planted on the fields this week

It’s been busy on the Go Local Food site this week with planting out still going on.

75 metres of Brussels sprouts planted;

100 metres of spring onions planted… 27 more words

Go Local Food

Saving the Best for Last: Improving the Quality of Life for the Elderly

7/20/16 – This guest post is written by three students in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program who are working on finding ways to improve the quality of life for the elderly. 759 more words

Sustainable Enterprise

Digging at Dubois

Last month, FPAN went out to help Palm Beach County archaeologist, Chris Davenport, and his team of volunteers excavate at DuBois Park in Jupiter. Known for its weekend party atmosphere, Dubois Park is more than just a great day at the beach.   425 more words

Explore

Plutonic Relationships

We are somewhere near the 100th anniversary of the completion of one of the most remarkable geologic maps ever, and yet the map was never published during the author’s lifetime and indeed has largely been overlooked despite the tremendous strides in understanding and incredible effort the map represents. 625 more words

Geology

Becoming MacGyver: Lessons from the Field (Part 2)

The field is tough. This whole blog post could probably be summarized by that one sentence. In fact, I might as well stop here. But I won’t. 978 more words

Grad School

Chasing sea snakes in Australia | Colour and Vision

To coincide with the opening of our Colour and Vision exhibition and #WorldSnakeDay, Museum researcher Dr Bruno Simões tells us about recent fieldwork he undertook in Australia to learn about vision in snakes. 1,615 more words

Curators And Researchers