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We need bees! We need them to pollinate our fruits, vegetables, and nuts around the world. It is true, Honey bees are not native to North America, but no other bee would keep up with the massive way we’ve converted … Continue reading
You have probably heard of “green roofs” by now and they are just one of the many ways we can better design our dwellings to help biodiversity. Green roofs are popping up all over the world: San Francisco, Chicago, London, … Continue reading