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TV’s Steve Hartman’s native plant landscape, weeding addiction, and observations by Neil Diboll

Chicagoan Kathy Cummings fined $600 for milkweed

Published on May 28, 2015  |  Native plant advocate, Kathy Cummings, describes why she got a $600 fine for what she grows in her organic garden. Get informed about the Chicago “Weed” ordinance, http://bit.ly/notweeds
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Midwest city prides itself on wildflower landscape

… and by “midwest” we mean an Australian midwestern territory, however … any U.S. Midwestern area could do the same. There’s nothing said in this video that couldn’t be said of America’s native flower landscape we only took pride in it and fostered its restoration.

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Central Texas Gardener host: “Everybody thinks of native plants as smart choices now”

Published on Oct 7, 2014

Why is it so important to plant native plants? Cathy Downs from the Native Plant Society of Texas illustrates how to save water, beautify our vision, and feed our valuable wildlife all year long. Host: Tom Spencer.

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Army Corps of Engineers message explains intent of Oregon controlled burn

Published on Oct 3, 2014

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Part-time job available at Palmyra Environmental Learning Center

I’m spreading the word on behalf of “Prairie Bob” Ahrenhoerster that the Milwaukee Public School System’s Palmyra Environmental Learning Center is looking for part-time help and paying $12/hour.
No particular experience or education is required. Enthusiasm for the environment, a friendly attitude toward children, and a willingness to learn are key.
Hours are variable and not extensive. This is a perfect opportunity for a retired individual looking to get some physical activity, learn new things, and make the world a better place.
To learn more about the center, visit http://www.milwaukeerecreation.net/palmyra/
For more information about the job, contact Nicole at (414) 647-6043.
Please share this news with your friends.
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Introduction to native plants video highlights some attractive and beneficial plants

Published on July 10, 2014

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