I love this, it made my day and refreshed my hope that not all is lost for human kind:
Our front-yard garden has been very satisfying this year: We harvested tomatoes, zucchinis, various herbs and lots of kale.
For the optics and for edible and spreadable seeds we had nice looking sun flowers growing all summer and fall.
Kudos to Kam and the PTA for coordinating these lovely fund-raisers and the Garden Club!
Put on some breakneck-speed big beat tunes and dance those household items into father-mocking obedience or never-minding oblivion …
No soccer tonight. I thought it would be huge. Scaredy-cat HRM called it off. Sad.
To celebrate nature and highlight the biodiversity in HRM Ecology Action Centre and Canadian Wildlife Federation are hosting “HaliBlitz” with events all week and big “bio-blitzes” on Saturday at Point Pleasant Park and on Sunday at Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area.
All events are open to the public and everyone is encouraged to come out. Learn more and register to attend one or more of the events at https://ecologyaction.ca/BioBlitz
Feel free to spread the word to friends and family you think might want to participate. 🙂