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Florida Loquat News – #8

Mar 17, 2015 1 Comment by

Florida Loquat News No. 8 March  21, 2015 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Here is Your Pre-Festival issue of the Florida Loquat News Florida Loquat Festival: Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit – April 4, 2015 – Just Two Weeks Away! – 9:00 – 2:00 Market Off Main – 6241 Lincoln St – New Port […]

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Throwin’ So Much Away: ‘Garbage Night’ in America

Mar 06, 2015 No Comments by

by Frank Ferreri The adage about a road paved with good intentions probably fits a good many of us in contemporary U.S.A. culture.  We recycle, we prioritize the reusable, and we teach our children to take care of the planet. But for most of us, without twice-weekly trash service, we’d have more garbage in our […]

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Loquat Festival News – #7 – March 2015

Mar 03, 2015 No Comments by

Florida Loquat News No. 7 March  2015 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Here is Your March issue of the Florida Loquat News Florida Loquat Festival: Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit Next Month April 4, 2015 – 9:00 – 2:00 – Market Off Main – 6214 Lincoln St, New Port Richey Our big event […]

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Defending Our Monarchs: Action Can Help Butterflies

Feb 24, 2015 1 Comment

Ecology Florida Staff Ecology Florida supports the addition of Monarchs to the Endangered Species List A timely report from Organic Consumers Association has been released with an emphatic headline:  “Save the Monarch from Monsanto.” The report advocates support for a petition generated by the Center for Biological Diversity and the Center for Food Safety, which seeks protection for […]

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Loquat News – #6 – February

Feb 11, 2015 No Comments

Florida Loquat News No. 6 February 2015 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Here is Your February issue of the Florida Loquat News http://www.ecologyflorida.org/2015/01/loquat-newsletter-5-january-2015/ First Fruits Harvesting Begins Two-Year Olds Bear Sweet Fruit The first fruits of the season should be ripe and ready for harvesting. Check your trees […]

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Loquat Newsletter #5 – January 2015

Jan 14, 2015 1 Comment

Florida Loquat Festival News No. 5 January 2015 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Here is Your January issue of the Florida Loquat News Your interest and support of the Florida Loquat Festival is appreciated. We continue to add new subscribers, and we look forward to adding more in […]

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Public Service Commission Urged to Reject Venture-Fracking Scheme

Dec 21, 2014 No Comments

ECFL News, Editorial Florida’s Public Service Commission (PSC) has the opportunity to act in the best interests of Florida’s environment and its citizens.  The PSC is the agency tasked with regulating fees and rates charged by utilities that operate in the state.  Florida Power and Light is petitioning the PSC to be allowed to charge […]

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Loquat Festival Newsletter #4

Dec 11, 2014 3 Comments

Florida Loquat Festival News No. 4 – December 2014 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Here is Your December issue of the Florida Loquat Festival News Your interest and support of the Florida Loquat Festival is appreciated.  We’ve added additional subscribers since our last issue, and we look forward to […]

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Multiple Stressors Impacting Honey Bee Colonies

Dec 04, 2014 No Comments

by Melissa Gunter Pollen can be transferred via wind, gravity, water, mammals, birds, bats or insects. Out of the approximately 100 crop species that provide 90 percent of the world’s food, 71 are pollinated by bees. Pollination is necessary to begin seed and fruit production in flowers. Approximately 90 percent of all plant species require […]

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Commitment and Context: The Good Story of the Seed Kiosk in New Port Richey

Dec 02, 2014 1 Comment

Commitment and Context: The Good Story of the Seed Kiosk in New Port Richey Dell deChant New Port Richey has the only Seed Savers Exchange sales site in the Tampa Bay Region. Here you will find organic, heirloom seeds that serve to protect our seed heritage and promote sustainable gardening and growing. So, the dedication of […]

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