go green

The bumblebee was officially added to the endangered species list.

 Please:

  • Go plant an organic flower native to wherever you are
  • Leave your “weeds” alone they probably aren’t hurting anything
  • Stop using/buying Roundup and all other insecticides, herbicides, pesticides. 
  • If you have a bee problem (which almost never happens) call a local beekeeper! They will remove them safely free of charge
  • Bumblebees usually nest underground and just wanna be left alone! They won’t hurt you. To prevent destroying their habit during hibernation, avoid mowing yards until April or May. If you do mow, raise the blades to the highest setting

Please save my fat clumsy fuzzy friends I love them and they’re very good pollinators.

Here is a introduction for the RC

(Underground)


Root cellars are for keeping food supplies at controlled temperatures and steady humidity. Many crops keep longest just above freezing (1–3 °C) and at high humidity (90–95%),[1] but the optimal temperature and humidity ranges vary by crop,[1] and various crops keep well at temperatures further above near-freezing but below room temperature. A few crops even keep better in low humidity.[1] Root cellars keep food from freezing during the winter and keep food cool during the summer to prevent spoilage. Typically, a variety of vegetables are placed in the root cellar in the autumn, after harvesting. A secondary use for the root cellar is as a place to store wine, beer, or other homemade alcoholic beverages.


Found (via Google)

theguardian.com
Meat industry blamed for largest-ever 'dead zone' in Gulf of Mexico
A new report shows toxins from suppliers to companies like Tyson Foods are pouring into waterways, causing marine life to leave or die
By Oliver Milman

The meat industry has caused the largest dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico. Eating animals directly contributes to immense environmental degradation, toxic pollution, and species extinction. Go vegan to take a stand for the planet and all its inhabitants.