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  • Last year, forest fires in central Chile wreaked havoc in the El Maule region with more than 100 different wildfires sweeping through the area and destroying over a million acres of forest land. It was the worst wildfire season in the country’s history, taking several lives and created an estimated $333 million of dollars worth of damages. The animals were forced to flee to safer areas. 
The job to replant endless acres of forests seemed like a daunting endeavor. That is until three unusual workers took up the task. Six-year-old Das and her two daughters, Olivia and Summer are three Border Collies who have been trained to run through the damaged forests with special backpacks that release native plant seeds. Once they take root, these seeds will help regrow the destroyed area
It turns out that Border Collies are an ideal breed for this specific type of job. Bounding through miles of forest terrain requires not only speed, intelligence, and endurance, but also a willingness to stay focused and not get distracted by wildlife. Border Collies were bred to herd sheep, so they’re not as likely to run after or hurt other animals in the forest.
Source: https://www.greenmatters.com/news/2018/02/19/2m3wBf/border-collies-forest
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Let’s not turn earth into one giant landfill
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- 🌿Repair what can be fixed 🔧
- 🌿Refuse items that you don’t need🚫
- 🌿Reduce those you do ⬛️ —◾️
- 🌿Reuse what you can 🔄
- 🌿Recycle what’s left ♻️
- 🌿Rot (compost) everything else
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#4ocean #airpollution #animrights #bethechange #biodiversity #carbonfree #saveearth  #savetheplanet #climatechange #greenplanet  #cleanouroceans #savetheplanet #fortheloveofnature #sustainableliving
#climatecrisis #climateweek #environment #greendog #ecodog
  • Last year, forest fires in central Chile wreaked havoc in the El Maule region with more than 100 different wildfires sweeping through the area and destroying over a million acres of forest land. It was the worst wildfire season in the country’s history, taking several lives and created an estimated $333 million of dollars worth of damages. The animals were forced to flee to safer areas. 
    The job to replant endless acres of forests seemed like a daunting endeavor. That is until three unusual workers took up the task. Six-year-old Das and her two daughters, Olivia and Summer are three Border Collies who have been trained to run through the damaged forests with special backpacks that release native plant seeds. Once they take root, these seeds will help regrow the destroyed area
    It turns out that Border Collies are an ideal breed for this specific type of job. Bounding through miles of forest terrain requires not only speed, intelligence, and endurance, but also a willingness to stay focused and not get distracted by wildlife. Border Collies were bred to herd sheep, so they’re not as likely to run after or hurt other animals in the forest.
    Source: https://www.greenmatters.com/news/2018/02/19/2m3wBf/border-collies-forest
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    #Make_earth_green_again

    Let’s not turn earth into one giant landfill

    ♻️🌍🐟🐢🐘🦌🐛🌿
    - 🌿Repair what can be fixed 🔧
    - 🌿Refuse items that you don’t need🚫
    - 🌿Reduce those you do ⬛️ —◾️
    - 🌿Reuse what you can 🔄
    - 🌿Recycle what’s left ♻️
    - 🌿Rot (compost) everything else
    ♻️🌍🐟🐢🐘🦌🐛🌿

    ___________________________________
    💙-.-.-.-.-.-.-🌎
    💥Check out our page💥
    💙-.-.-.-.-.-.-🌎
    👉 @make_earth_green_again 👈
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    🌟📸 Credit:🐢: @colorful_manatee🌟
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    #4ocean #airpollution #animrights #bethechange #biodiversity #carbonfree #saveearth #savetheplanet #climatechange #greenplanet #cleanouroceans #savetheplanet #fortheloveofnature #sustainableliving
    #climatecrisis #climateweek #environment #greendog #ecodog
  • 1,396 19 21 October, 2019
  • VIOLET DELIGHT 💜😍💜 This purple pal was the feature of my #FungiFriday story last week 🍄

The amethyst deceiver (Laccaria amethystina) can be seen poking its little purple head out of the leaflitter at this time of year 🍂🍁👀 🚨 Nerd word alert 🚨: Amethyst deceivers are ectomychorrizal with beech trees. The mycorrhizal bit means they have a relationship (a fungal love story), whereby the fungi helps the tree’s roots absorb water & nutrients. In return the fungi gets useful sugars. The ecto bit means the fungi does this without penetrating the root cells of the tree directly, which is quite unusual 🤓🤓🤓 So, if you’re in the presence of some mighty beech in autumn (and what a fine place to be), have a root around in the leaflitter. You might just spy some of these gorgeous little shrooms doing their thing 😊💜💜💜💜💜
  • VIOLET DELIGHT 💜😍💜 This purple pal was the feature of my #FungiFriday story last week 🍄

    The amethyst deceiver (Laccaria amethystina) can be seen poking its little purple head out of the leaflitter at this time of year 🍂🍁👀 🚨 Nerd word alert 🚨: Amethyst deceivers are ectomychorrizal with beech trees. The mycorrhizal bit means they have a relationship (a fungal love story), whereby the fungi helps the tree’s roots absorb water & nutrients. In return the fungi gets useful sugars. The ecto bit means the fungi does this without penetrating the root cells of the tree directly, which is quite unusual 🤓🤓🤓 So, if you’re in the presence of some mighty beech in autumn (and what a fine place to be), have a root around in the leaflitter. You might just spy some of these gorgeous little shrooms doing their thing 😊💜💜💜💜💜
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  • Celebrados el hallazgo del tororoi bailarín, una nueva especie de grallaria para Colombia! 💚 y aprovechamos para invitar a todos nuestros seguidores a conocer, conservar  y a disfrutar de nuestra biodiversidad, especialmente del aviturismo responsable #tororoi #cali #nuevaespecie #bird  #biodiversity #grallaria 👉🏽👉🏽👉🏽 https://www.elespectador.com/noticias/medio-ambiente/tororoi-bailador-la-nueva-especie-de-ave-descubierta-en-los-farallones-de-cali-articulo-887170
  • Celebrados el hallazgo del tororoi bailarín, una nueva especie de grallaria para Colombia! 💚 y aprovechamos para invitar a todos nuestros seguidores a conocer, conservar y a disfrutar de nuestra biodiversidad, especialmente del aviturismo responsable #tororoi #cali #nuevaespecie #bird #biodiversity #grallaria 👉🏽👉🏽👉🏽 https://www.elespectador.com/noticias/medio-ambiente/tororoi-bailador-la-nueva-especie-de-ave-descubierta-en-los-farallones-de-cali-articulo-887170
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  • have you read my latest blog post with @juliedandthesea ? click the link in my bio to hear about the impressive resume that the lovely and thoughtful @juliedandthesea holds and her thoughts on where to find motivation in the environmental sector

sneak peek: “Just accept that you won’t be able to solve everything, pick one, maybe two challenges…Just focus on that and try to do a good job. We cannot solve our problems singularly but working together we can achieve a lot.”
  • have you read my latest blog post with @juliedandthesea ? click the link in my bio to hear about the impressive resume that the lovely and thoughtful @juliedandthesea holds and her thoughts on where to find motivation in the environmental sector

    sneak peek: “Just accept that you won’t be able to solve everything, pick one, maybe two challenges…Just focus on that and try to do a good job. We cannot solve our problems singularly but working together we can achieve a lot.”
  • 13 2 34 minutes ago
  • Les compartimos una frase para reflexionar, no tenemos mucho tiempo cuidemos nuestro planeta, nuestro hogar.
  • Les compartimos una frase para reflexionar, no tenemos mucho tiempo cuidemos nuestro planeta, nuestro hogar.
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  • Malabar Pit Viper (Trimeresurus malabaricus): a pit viper endemic to the Western Ghats mountain range, India. It's mildly venomous and can be commonly found in forests and surrounding habitats. This is a nocturnal species and during the day time they can be seen resting on vegetation, especially near streams. Different colour morphs with yellow, brown and green occurs even within the same habitat. 
#snake #snakes #reptiles #herpetology #biodiversity #naturephotography #nature #india
  • Malabar Pit Viper (Trimeresurus malabaricus): a pit viper endemic to the Western Ghats mountain range, India. It's mildly venomous and can be commonly found in forests and surrounding habitats. This is a nocturnal species and during the day time they can be seen resting on vegetation, especially near streams. Different colour morphs with yellow, brown and green occurs even within the same habitat.
    #snake #snakes #reptiles #herpetology #biodiversity #naturephotography #nature #india
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  • Decades of excessive use of single-use plastics have led to a real global environmental disaster. Every year, 13 million tonnes of plastic spill into our oceans, killing 100,000 marine animals.

We all have a role to play in the fight against plastic pollution. Recycling is not the only solution. The first goal should be to reduce our plastic consumption and reusing what we already have.

We need to totally rethink, redesign our behavior to reduce the consumption of plastic. Do you have any tricks to reduce plastic consumption? How do you do it?

Illustration by @gatishs @karikaturalv
  • Decades of excessive use of single-use plastics have led to a real global environmental disaster. Every year, 13 million tonnes of plastic spill into our oceans, killing 100,000 marine animals.

    We all have a role to play in the fight against plastic pollution. Recycling is not the only solution. The first goal should be to reduce our plastic consumption and reusing what we already have.

    We need to totally rethink, redesign our behavior to reduce the consumption of plastic. Do you have any tricks to reduce plastic consumption? How do you do it?

    Illustration by @gatishs @karikaturalv
  • 14 1 1 hour ago
  • This Superb Fairy-wren stopped by my car to remind me that this week is Birdlife Australia's AUSSIE BACKYARD BIRD COUNT. It's easy to do - upload your location/details then do 20 minutes of bird observation. You can see live statistics on species observed at the website https://aussiebirdcount.org.au/statistics/
#bluewren #aussiebirdcount #biodiversity
  • This Superb Fairy-wren stopped by my car to remind me that this week is Birdlife Australia's AUSSIE BACKYARD BIRD COUNT. It's easy to do - upload your location/details then do 20 minutes of bird observation. You can see live statistics on species observed at the website https://aussiebirdcount.org.au/statistics/
    #bluewren #aussiebirdcount #biodiversity
  • 5 0 1 hour ago
  • En la fotografía detalles de *Traverella sp.* La fauna mundial existente de Ephemeroptera está representada por más de 3.000 especies descritas en 42 familias y más de 400 géneros. La diversidad genérica más alta ocurre en el Neotrópico, con una diversidad de especies correspondientemente alta, mientras que el Paleártico tiene la diversidad genérica más baja, pero una diversidad de especies alta. Dichos patrones de distribución pueden relacionarse con el tiempo que los procesos evolutivos se han llevado a cabo de forma aislada en una biorregión. Durante un período prolongado, puede haber extinción de especies, pero la evolución de más géneros. Los eventos de extinción dramáticos como la extinción en masa han afectado la diversidad y distribución de la corriente. La historia climática juega un papel importante en la tasa de especiación en un área, con regiones que han sido climáticamente estables durante largos períodos que tienen menos especies por género, en comparación con las regiones sometidas a tensiones climáticas, como la glaciación. Un total de 13 familias son endémicas de bioregiones específicas, de las cuales ocho son monoespecíficas. La mayoría de estos tienen distribuciones restringidas que pueden ser el resultado de ser el relicto de una familia anteriormente más diversa, pero actualmente casi completamente extinta, o puede ser la consecuencia de eventos de vicariancia, como resultado de la evolución debido al aislamiento a largo plazo.

Fotografía: Avilez-Avila

TEXTO COPIADO DE: Barber-James, H. M., Gattolliat, J. L., Sartori, M., & Hubbard, M. D. (2007). Global diversity of mayflies (Ephemeroptera, Insecta) in freshwater. In Freshwater Animal Diversity Assessment (pp. 339-350). Springer, Dordrecht.

#mayfly #traverella #insecta #entomology #freshwater #AvilezAvila #VázquezServín #wildlifephotography #nature #naturephotography #biology #wildlife #learn #Compartir #Ephemeroptera #Neartic #Paleártico #biodiversity #Sonoranatural #thesis #science #love #Cuautla #morelos #IMTA #vida #tierra #agua #microscopy
  • En la fotografía detalles de *Traverella sp.* La fauna mundial existente de Ephemeroptera está representada por más de 3.000 especies descritas en 42 familias y más de 400 géneros. La diversidad genérica más alta ocurre en el Neotrópico, con una diversidad de especies correspondientemente alta, mientras que el Paleártico tiene la diversidad genérica más baja, pero una diversidad de especies alta. Dichos patrones de distribución pueden relacionarse con el tiempo que los procesos evolutivos se han llevado a cabo de forma aislada en una biorregión. Durante un período prolongado, puede haber extinción de especies, pero la evolución de más géneros. Los eventos de extinción dramáticos como la extinción en masa han afectado la diversidad y distribución de la corriente. La historia climática juega un papel importante en la tasa de especiación en un área, con regiones que han sido climáticamente estables durante largos períodos que tienen menos especies por género, en comparación con las regiones sometidas a tensiones climáticas, como la glaciación. Un total de 13 familias son endémicas de bioregiones específicas, de las cuales ocho son monoespecíficas. La mayoría de estos tienen distribuciones restringidas que pueden ser el resultado de ser el relicto de una familia anteriormente más diversa, pero actualmente casi completamente extinta, o puede ser la consecuencia de eventos de vicariancia, como resultado de la evolución debido al aislamiento a largo plazo.

    Fotografía: Avilez-Avila

    TEXTO COPIADO DE: Barber-James, H. M., Gattolliat, J. L., Sartori, M., & Hubbard, M. D. (2007). Global diversity of mayflies (Ephemeroptera, Insecta) in freshwater. In Freshwater Animal Diversity Assessment (pp. 339-350). Springer, Dordrecht.

    #mayfly #traverella #insecta #entomology #freshwater #AvilezAvila #VázquezServín #wildlifephotography #nature #naturephotography #biology #wildlife #learn #Compartir #Ephemeroptera #Neartic #Paleártico #biodiversity #Sonoranatural #thesis #science #love #Cuautla #morelos #IMTA #vida #tierra #agua #microscopy
  • 15 0 1 hour ago
  • Fall sunsets are the best. At the close of an amazing growing season, we give a great bow of gratitude to the soil, rain, snow, insects, birds, moon, goats, cow manure, water and all the people who helped us on the farm this year. Biodiversity is so important when growing anything and this year we gained a lot of lessons and surrender to all the elements. Thank you @kelseye_ma and @theevening for an amazing farm camp for the kids. Thanks to all of our amazing distributors for supporting us and our farm grown cbd products. And thanks to all who buy our products and produce. Without you, we wouldn’t be able to flourish. #sunset #cbd #cbdhemp #marketgarden #biodiversity #regenerativeagriculture #rocknrootsfarm #fullspectrumcbd #farmtoyou #weloveyou #fall #farmcamp
  • Fall sunsets are the best. At the close of an amazing growing season, we give a great bow of gratitude to the soil, rain, snow, insects, birds, moon, goats, cow manure, water and all the people who helped us on the farm this year. Biodiversity is so important when growing anything and this year we gained a lot of lessons and surrender to all the elements. Thank you @kelseye_ma and @theevening for an amazing farm camp for the kids. Thanks to all of our amazing distributors for supporting us and our farm grown cbd products. And thanks to all who buy our products and produce. Without you, we wouldn’t be able to flourish. #sunset #cbd #cbdhemp #marketgarden #biodiversity #regenerativeagriculture #rocknrootsfarm #fullspectrumcbd #farmtoyou #weloveyou #fall #farmcamp
  • 13 0 1 hour ago
  • Today was the first day of the second year of the Long Term Macrofungi Monitoring Project I started in Santa Cruz Co., and which @savetheredwoods funded beginning in late 2018. 
Survey season starts early because we want to find out what species are fruiting (and in what abundance) *before* the rains even begin to fall. Today was a good example of why I start surveying in mid-October: a small pulse of drizzle and fog drip a couple weeks ago spurred a modest fruiting of mycorrhizals and other fleshy species including:
1. Brown Butter Bolete (Butyriboletus persolidus) - photo from the year of typhoon Songda
2. A moodily-lit Prince
(Agaricus augustus)
3. A mysterious maze-gilled polypore (more follow up later).
4 & 5. A fresh fractally-fuzzy fruiting of Phlebia tremellosa. Also found today: California Satan’s Bolete (Rubroboletus eastwoodiae), Black-and-White Brittlegill (Russula albonigra), Coccora (Amanita calyptroderma), Greygreen Brittlegill (Russula grisea), and Western Grisette (Amanita pachycolea). .
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#mushrooms #macrofungi #redwoods #coastredwoods #pacificcoast #nature #california #wildcalifornia #biodiversity #mushroomspotting #science #ecology #climatechange #mushroomsofinstagram #agaricusaugustus #bolete #boletes #bigbasin #butterbolete
  • Today was the first day of the second year of the Long Term Macrofungi Monitoring Project I started in Santa Cruz Co., and which @savetheredwoods funded beginning in late 2018.
    Survey season starts early because we want to find out what species are fruiting (and in what abundance) *before* the rains even begin to fall. Today was a good example of why I start surveying in mid-October: a small pulse of drizzle and fog drip a couple weeks ago spurred a modest fruiting of mycorrhizals and other fleshy species including:
    1. Brown Butter Bolete (Butyriboletus persolidus) - photo from the year of typhoon Songda
    2. A moodily-lit Prince
    (Agaricus augustus)
    3. A mysterious maze-gilled polypore (more follow up later).
    4 & 5. A fresh fractally-fuzzy fruiting of Phlebia tremellosa. Also found today: California Satan’s Bolete (Rubroboletus eastwoodiae), Black-and-White Brittlegill (Russula albonigra), Coccora (Amanita calyptroderma), Greygreen Brittlegill (Russula grisea), and Western Grisette (Amanita pachycolea). .
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    #mushrooms #macrofungi #redwoods #coastredwoods #pacificcoast #nature #california #wildcalifornia #biodiversity #mushroomspotting #science #ecology #climatechange #mushroomsofinstagram #agaricusaugustus #bolete #boletes #bigbasin #butterbolete
  • 86 3 2 hours ago
  • Meet 𝘎𝘺𝘮𝘯𝘰𝘱𝘪𝘴 𝘮𝘶𝘭𝘵𝘪𝘱𝘭𝘪𝘤𝘢𝘵𝘢, the Varagua Caecilan.

This weird little amphibian might look like a worm to most, but to me it was a lifelong dream come true. As a kid I cracked open every book on amphibians I could find, and grew up catching salamanders and frogs. But I was always fascinated by the bizarre third order of Amphibia that could be found nowhere near my hometown in Pennsylvania: caecilians. 
Found in the tropics of Central and South America, Africa, and southern Asia, and spending most of their time underground or in stream substrates, caecilians are the most mysterious group of amphibians. Due to their secretive habits, very little is known about the natural history and conservation status of most of the ~256 species (take that number with a pinch of salt, a lot of work needs to be done there) in the order Gymnophiona.

This species may reach a body length of 500mm (about 19.5 inches). Their eyes are covered by skin and bone and cannot be seen. Their teeth are well developed and increase in number with age (I'll get to that more in a future post). In front of each of their eyes is a tentacle organ, sensitive to vibration which they use to find their prey, consisting mostly of small invertebrates, underground. Females may reproduce every two years, giving birth to 2-10 live young at a time, after a gestation period of about 11 months. The mother then feeds her young with a milk-like secretion from her skin, a very unique behavior for an amphibian.

This species is known from Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, and Guatemala, where they inhabit lowland and premontane forests from sea level up to 1400m.

I found this one at night, a couple hours after sunset, under the dead stalk of a banana tree while walking around the forest near the base of the Mombacho volcano in Nicaragua. I was so surprised, it nearly got away. But fortunately I was able to get some photos to capture the memory.

#herpetology #herp #herps #herping #amphibian #reptile #amphibians #reptiles #animal #animals #wildlife #caecilian #frog #salamander #nicaragua #nicaragua🇳🇮 #mombacho #volcano #tropics #rainforest #cloudforest #jungle #biodiversity #ecology
  • Meet 𝘎𝘺𝘮𝘯𝘰𝘱𝘪𝘴 𝘮𝘶𝘭𝘵𝘪𝘱𝘭𝘪𝘤𝘢𝘵𝘢, the Varagua Caecilan.

    This weird little amphibian might look like a worm to most, but to me it was a lifelong dream come true. As a kid I cracked open every book on amphibians I could find, and grew up catching salamanders and frogs. But I was always fascinated by the bizarre third order of Amphibia that could be found nowhere near my hometown in Pennsylvania: caecilians.
    Found in the tropics of Central and South America, Africa, and southern Asia, and spending most of their time underground or in stream substrates, caecilians are the most mysterious group of amphibians. Due to their secretive habits, very little is known about the natural history and conservation status of most of the ~256 species (take that number with a pinch of salt, a lot of work needs to be done there) in the order Gymnophiona.

    This species may reach a body length of 500mm (about 19.5 inches). Their eyes are covered by skin and bone and cannot be seen. Their teeth are well developed and increase in number with age (I'll get to that more in a future post). In front of each of their eyes is a tentacle organ, sensitive to vibration which they use to find their prey, consisting mostly of small invertebrates, underground. Females may reproduce every two years, giving birth to 2-10 live young at a time, after a gestation period of about 11 months. The mother then feeds her young with a milk-like secretion from her skin, a very unique behavior for an amphibian.

    This species is known from Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, and Guatemala, where they inhabit lowland and premontane forests from sea level up to 1400m.

    I found this one at night, a couple hours after sunset, under the dead stalk of a banana tree while walking around the forest near the base of the Mombacho volcano in Nicaragua. I was so surprised, it nearly got away. But fortunately I was able to get some photos to capture the memory.

    #herpetology #herp #herps #herping #amphibian #reptile #amphibians #reptiles #animal #animals #wildlife #caecilian #frog #salamander #nicaragua #nicaragua 🇳🇮 #mombacho #volcano #tropics #rainforest #cloudforest #jungle #biodiversity #ecology
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  • An opportunity to observe soil structure in action! This clod sluffed off the edge of an alfalfa field. It could have been a natural consequence of the cut bank, or the result of flood irrigation practices. Check out the boot in the corner for reference! Either way, the use of holistic grazing practices as a compliment to haying have definitely helped build structure and organic matter in this Montana soil. #soilscience
  • An opportunity to observe soil structure in action! This clod sluffed off the edge of an alfalfa field. It could have been a natural consequence of the cut bank, or the result of flood irrigation practices. Check out the boot in the corner for reference! Either way, the use of holistic grazing practices as a compliment to haying have definitely helped build structure and organic matter in this Montana soil. #soilscience
  • 4 2 3 hours ago
  • Growing your own produce can be an amazing way to reduce your impact and get back in touch with how much work it takes to grow the food we eat. ⁠
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We love this post by @my_urban_edible_garden showing us how simple it is to use your fences to maximise your your space. ⁠
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Don't forget to go give @my_urban_edible_garden a follow and show her your support!⁠
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Repost @my_urban_edible_garden⁠
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Growing against a fence is such a great way to maximise your yields in small gardens/tight spaces. I am stoked with how my snowpeas are turning out this year - all in a raised bed that’s just 550mm wide. There’s even space for celery, kohlrabi and turnips.⁠
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🌱 Raised bed is from the @birdiesgardenproducts STACKA range.⁠
  • Growing your own produce can be an amazing way to reduce your impact and get back in touch with how much work it takes to grow the food we eat. ⁠

    We love this post by @my_urban_edible_garden showing us how simple it is to use your fences to maximise your your space. ⁠

    Don't forget to go give @my_urban_edible_garden a follow and show her your support!⁠

    Repost @my_urban_edible_garden
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    Growing against a fence is such a great way to maximise your yields in small gardens/tight spaces. I am stoked with how my snowpeas are turning out this year - all in a raised bed that’s just 550mm wide. There’s even space for celery, kohlrabi and turnips.⁠
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    🌱 Raised bed is from the @birdiesgardenproducts STACKA range.⁠
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