Installing a rain garden will help reduce the flow of water to storm sewers

EcoSuperior, Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay and United Way of Thunder Bay are teaming up to build a rain garden. PRESS RELEASE SUPERIOR ECO ******************* THUNDER BAY – June, July and August all recorded above average temperatures this summer. The months of July and August were also marked by much …

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The Avenue – luxury shopping at American Dream Mall

Watch out for all the window shopping: this one is for you. The American Dream mega mall in the Meadowlands has opened its luxury shopping wing. L’Avenue promises more than just maximizing your credit cards – it’s a feast for the senses. Anchored by luxury retailer Saks Fifth Avenue – …

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This new technology turns poultry feathers into animal feed

Scientists in India have devised new technology that converts keratin waste such as human hair, wool, and poultry feathers into fertilizer, pet food, and animal feed. The technology was developed by Prof. AB Pandit, Vice-Chancellor of the Mumbai Institute of Chemical Technology, with his students. Newly developed technology offers an …

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The new Kaimuki Plantoem boutique captures the poetry of plants

Mahalo for his support of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Growing houseplants was just a hobby until COVID-19 put Zoe Zhang out of work last year. In August, she turned an online business into the business of her dreams: a community garden café. Zhang transformed a space on …

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Fall care keeps plants and pollinators happy

As the weather and gardens shift from summer to fall, it’s time to adjust your maintenance practices to ensure the health, longevity, and beauty of your landscape. Proper fall care will increase winter survival, support pollinators, and reduce your future workload. Continue to water as needed. This is especially important …

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Parliamentarians and farmers dialogue on “localized” agricultural conditions | Local

“What is agriculture? “, Asked Agriculture Secretary Russell Reading at the farm breakfast hosted this year by Senator Jean Yo. The meeting took place on Friday September 17th in Harman and Luther’s barn. Agriculture is a big industry in the country and a big industry in Pennsylvania. About 580,000 jobs …

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Fall landscape maintenance keeps plants and pollinators healthy

As the weather and gardens shift from summer to fall, it’s time to adjust your maintenance practices to ensure the health, longevity, and beauty of your landscape. Proper fall care will increase winter survival, support pollinators, and reduce your future workload. Continue to water as needed. This is especially important …

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Drought tests centuries-old New Mexico water traditions

ABIQUIU, NM (AP) – At the edge of a sandstone outcrop, Teresa Leger Fernández watches the Rio Chama. The river follows a diverse landscape from the southern edge of the Rocky Mountains through rugged basalt hills, layers of volcanic tuff, and the red and yellow cliffs made famous by painter …

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A colorful personality transforms the apartment into a “welcome gallery”

Shot by Yang Di. Subtitles by Yang Di. Shirley Zhao imbued her apartment with her personality and sense of style, reflecting her individual vision, wishes and desires. It is a place where Zhao can show off his colorful personality, as well as a peaceful and serene space for his family …

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The health benefits of keeping plants in your living space

According to a study, Americans spend about 93% of their time at home. If you find yourself to be one of those people, you may be looking for a way to bring some nature into your living space. Fortunately, there are many health benefits that houseplants can provide for you, …

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