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Seas of Green

Simon Hirst – River Esk Project Officer

New Zealand pigmyweed (Crassula helmsii) was introduced to Britain from Tasmania in 1911. By 1927 it was being sold as an “oxygenating plant” for garden ponds and aquariums by Perry’s Hardy Plant Farm in Enfield. 337 more words

North York Moors

European Capital of Culture 2000 - Santiago de Compostela

“Give me my scallop shell of quiet;
My staff of faith to walk upon;
My scrip of joy, immortal diet;
My bottle of salvation;
My gown of glory (hope’s true gage);
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History

Youths Clamor for Genuine Rehabilitation Efforts for Sierra Madre

Infanta, Quezon –Four years after the implementation of Presidential Proclamation 413 by then President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III, declaring September 26 of every year as Save Sierra Madre Day, the Sierra Mountain Range still faces threats due to various development aggression projects, says  Southern Tagalog for Environmental Development and Protection (STEP-Sierra Madre) – an environmental youth organization in Quezon, Rizal and Laguna; as they hold an Environmental Youth Summit on September 25 entitled SIERRA MADRE: NAGMAHAL, NASAKTAN, NAGPAPASAGIP SA MAMAMAYANG MAKAKALIKASAN. 493 more words

STEP-Sierra Madre

Hams Hall ~ Relics of Past Times

Two of our TDCS committee members attended a First Aid course in August 2016, held at the offices of the Tame Valley Wetlands Project at the Hams Hall Environmental Centre, close to Lea Marston in North Warwickshire. 228 more words

History-and- Heritage

Saving up for the future

Sam Witham – Conservation Research Student

This summer I collected 10,000 (approx.) native raspberry seeds Rubus idaeus from the North York Moors for the UKNTSP… 766 more words

North York Moors