Issue Area: Gardening

100 Mile Diet

When the average North American sits down to eat, each ingredient has typically travelled at least 1,500 miles¬ócall it the SUV diet.” On the first day of spring

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Our Core Business is to assist our Target Group to, firstly, combat poverty by growing food sustainably, using organic methods, at home and in community gardens and, secondly, to plant indigenous trees and flora in schools and streets, in order to transform the dune-sands of the Cape Flats into a …

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Abraham Lincoln Memorial Garden & Nature Center

Lincoln Memorial Garden was founded in 1936 by Mrs.Harriet Knudson, a member of the Springfield Civic Garden Club as a living memorial to Abraham Lincoln. All the plants found at the Garden are native to the three states Lincoln lived in – Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. In the early 1930’s, …

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Acadian Orchid Society

The American Orchid Society is far, far, far more than just a flower club. It’s hoped that this Web site allows you a glimpse at just how complex the 85-year-old nonprofit organization is, as well as how attuned the Society’s volunteer leadership is to our vision and mission. With a …

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Accion Internacional

The mission of ACCION International is to give people the tools theyneed to work their way out of poverty. By providing micro” loans

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Acharjya Jagadish Chandra Bose Briksha Mitra Sangha

AJCBBMS aims to make the people aware of the environment and the importance of a clean and healthy environment. To achieve this aim the Sangha conducts awareness programmes on the effects of pollution and soil erosion on the environment and how to stop it. It involves people in plantation programmes …

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Acorn Community

We are Acorn Community, a group of people living, working, and playing together in central Virginia to build a joyful, connected life. Founded in April of 1993, our community is now at a time of transition. We are exploring new options and bringing about positive change.If you are interested in …

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