Botanical Dysaina
Botany, baby kitties and SATAN.duh.
Botanical Dysaina
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psych2go:

For more posts like these, go visit psych2go
Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.
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gbcnt:

Terry Crews on Ray Rice.
gbcnt:

Terry Crews on Ray Rice.
gbcnt:

Terry Crews on Ray Rice.
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wapiti3:

The China fowl : Shanghae, Cochin, and “Brahma.” / by Geo. P. Burnham. on Flickr.
Publication info Boston :[s.n.] ;1874. Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries  BioDiv. Library

Feather feet chickens!!!! I love/am scared of you.
wapiti3:

The China fowl : Shanghae, Cochin, and “Brahma.” / by Geo. P. Burnham. on Flickr.
Publication info Boston :[s.n.] ;1874. Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries  BioDiv. Library

Feather feet chickens!!!! I love/am scared of you.
wapiti3:

The China fowl : Shanghae, Cochin, and “Brahma.” / by Geo. P. Burnham. on Flickr.
Publication info Boston :[s.n.] ;1874. Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries  BioDiv. Library

Feather feet chickens!!!! I love/am scared of you.
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biodiverseed:

Farming in the Arctic: It Can Be Done 
In Modern Farmer (by Justin Nobel on October 18, 2013)


On a misty fjord in Greenland, just miles from the planet’s second largest body of ice, Sten Pedersen is growing strawberries. Yellowknife, a Canadian city 320 miles below the Arctic Circle, hosted a farmers market this summer. And a greenhouse in Iqaluit, the capital of the vast Canadian Inuit territory of Nunavut, is producing spinach, kale, peppers and tomatoes. The frozen tundra of the Arctic is experiencing something of an agriculture boom.
[read more —>]

Photo 2: Pangnirtung Greenhouse Corporation
Related: Why Vegetables Get Freakish In The Land Of The Midnight Sun
#indigenous #bioregionalism #greenhouse #biosphere #garden science
biodiverseed:

Farming in the Arctic: It Can Be Done 
In Modern Farmer (by Justin Nobel on October 18, 2013)


On a misty fjord in Greenland, just miles from the planet’s second largest body of ice, Sten Pedersen is growing strawberries. Yellowknife, a Canadian city 320 miles below the Arctic Circle, hosted a farmers market this summer. And a greenhouse in Iqaluit, the capital of the vast Canadian Inuit territory of Nunavut, is producing spinach, kale, peppers and tomatoes. The frozen tundra of the Arctic is experiencing something of an agriculture boom.
[read more —>]

Photo 2: Pangnirtung Greenhouse Corporation
Related: Why Vegetables Get Freakish In The Land Of The Midnight Sun
#indigenous #bioregionalism #greenhouse #biosphere #garden science
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geopsych:

Asters from my walk this morning.