Archive for July, 2011

WOW! On Scientific American!

Posted on 22. Jul, 2011 by .

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Lilly Vicens, a volunteer with the Davidson Lands Conservancy and a freelance writer, recently published an article for Scientific American.  Her original article may be found on the Scientific American website, and is printed below in its entirety.  Thanks to Lilly for her excellent article and her work with the Davidson Lands Conservancy. The Outdoors […]

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Hummingbirds!

Posted on 19. Jul, 2011 by .

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I love to watch Hummingbirds and so I make a point of planting flowers that will attract them to my yard and also having a feeder that they will enjoy. What kinds of flowers do Hummingbirds like? Well, they are attracted to the color red so making sure you have some red flowers in the […]

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Worm Composting at the Farmer’s Market

Posted on 19. Jul, 2011 by .

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Thank you, Mark Tyburski, of Circle Organics, who, along with WOW volunteers, talked about worm composting.  We had real worms to inspect, plus gummy worms to eat.  Grateful thanks, too, to Mark’s donation of a worm bin to the DUMC Community Garden.  Thank you, too, to Carolyn Walker for organizing and setting up the booth.  If you’d like more […]

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