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User Image pouchapalooza Posted: Dec 12, 2017 1:05 AM (UTC)

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User Image bioecobot Posted: Dec 12, 2017 1:04 AM (UTC)
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There aren't as many palm trees up here but there's elephant garlic seed heads for effect!
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User Image gardenkitty13 Posted: Dec 12, 2017 1:02 AM (UTC)

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Lichens are neat organisms that exist through symbiosis (a relationship) between algae and fungus! This species is called British Soldiers because of the bright red on it. #neat #cool #science #biology #algae #fungus #lichen #plant #red #ecology #outside #maine #scarborough #naturelovers #nature #nature_perfection #naturephotography #instanature #facts #learn #cool #species #odd #weird #different
User Image humanswhogrowfood Posted: Dec 12, 2017 12:04 AM (UTC)
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Meet Kirsty Ward @my_little_allotment from Lincoln, Lincolnshire, U.K. 🇬🇧 "I became interested in growing food in March 2017 around 7 months after giving birth to my second daughter Mila . Unfortunately I had a tough time during my pregnancy and birth which had caused me to suffer with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. After reading up on a lot of articles about PTSD and perinatal mental health I came across a lot of work that showed how gardening and growing food can be a fantastic way to improve your mental health and well-being. I contacted my local council and within two weeks I had the keys to my allotment and my little journey began.
My daughters are aged 3 and 1, I personally think that teaching them how to grow their own food, getting them out in the fresh air, playing in the dirt and eating healthily will have a positive impact on their life, I just hope they enjoy it as much as their Mummy does! Since taking on my own allotment and growing food It has had a huge impact on my life, it is not only something that is helping with my recovery with PTSD but it’s also something that makes me incredibly happy, it’s keeping me fit and it’s just massively rewarding. There is nothing that compares to growing your own food.
I hope that in a few years time that my current allotment will be up and running fully and I will have a system in place that will make running it as simple as possible. I have only worked for 6 months on my allotment so I have a long way to go but I in the future I will potentially look at expanding my allotment plot. I would like extra space so I can have my own chickens for fresh eggs and also create a small fruit orchard and have lots of fruit bushes.
When you have an allotment you can never seem to shorten your list of things to do - as soon as you finish one project you can’t help but add a few more. It's addictive but extremely therapeutic and I would now tell anyone to go and try growing their own food."
User Image bbbiagiooo Posted: Dec 12, 2017 1:02 AM (UTC)

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User Image everydaybrony Posted: Dec 12, 2017 1:00 AM (UTC)

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