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The Book of Bees!

Who survived being stung by 2,443 bees? This book answers all these questions and many more.

By Piotr Socha (Author), Wojciech Grajkowski (Author)
Thames & Hudson Ltd
(Sept. 22 2016)

From the Book bag:

The Book of Bees may look like a typical picture book, but it has a lot buzzing underneath the surface. It is adapted from the original Polish book Pszczoly. Packed to the brim with bee facts and figures and accompanied by the wonderful comic-style artwork of Piotr Socha, the book is an odd amalgam: part coffee table book/ nature encyclopaedia/factfile/picture book. Don’t be fooled by its simple cover; The Bee Book is a treasure trove of information just waiting to ‘bee’ harvested!

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September 1, 2017   Comments Off on The Book of Bees!

Finish Line’s urban farm is helping feed its neighbors in Indianapolis

He hopes it’s just the beginning of a movement to point people back to the country’s agrarian roots.

By Maureen C. Gilmer
Indystar
Aug 25, 2017

Excerpt:

“I believe the American farmer is the solution for hunger,” Lawler said. “We will solve the hunger problem.”

Brandywine Creek Farms will sell one-third of the produce wholesale, one-third retail and donate the rest.

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September 1, 2017   Comments Off on Finish Line’s urban farm is helping feed its neighbors in Indianapolis