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Dustin Bajer
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I like designing with nature. Education, gardening, biophilic design, rewinding, bikes, bees, and cities. Ecology and network nerd.
I like designing with nature. Education, gardening, biophilic design, rewinding, bikes, bees, and cities. Ecology and network nerd.

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9 Urban Agriculture Projects Schools Can Do Right Now To Support The Future of Local Food One of the best ways to kickstart a local movement is to provide early access to training. I saw this firsthand while watching Jasper Place High School’s Culinary…

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This You Have a Honeybees? Verify it with a Questionnaire and Report it to an Edmonton Beekeeper Before we go too far – if you have thousands of bees flying around our yard or clumped together on a branch – you have a swarm of honeybees. No need to worry.…

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Report A Swarm Or Colony of Honeybees In The Edmonton Area Before we go too far – if you have thousands of bees flying around our yard or clumped together on a branch – you have a swarm of honeybees. Do need to be worried or fearful but stop reading this…

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Want to Help the Environment? Move To A City. The Bigger, The Better. Contrary to our cultural narrative, cities are good for nature. Why? Because cities are natural and governed by same processes that created ecological systems. In fact, cities may be…

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Want to Help the Environment? Move To A City. The Bigger, The Better. Contrary to our cultural narrative, cities are good for nature. Why? Because cities are natural and governed by same processes that created ecological systems. In fact, cities may be…

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Want to Help the Environment? Move To A City. The Bigger, The Better. Contrary to our cultural narrative, cities are good for nature. Why? Because cities are natural and governed by same processes that created ecological systems. In fact, cities may be…

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Edmonton's Surprising History of Horticultural Innovation.

I know it's early, but I'm curious to hear that you're most excited about planting this year? What's the one plant in your garden most excites you?​

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Edmonton's Surprising History of Horticultural Innovation.

I know it's early, but I'm curious to hear that you're most excited about planting this year? What's the one plant in your garden that you're most excited about?​

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What grows here? Edmonton's surprising history of horticultural innovation.


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What Grows Here? How Innovation and Exploration Continue To Shape Edmonton’s Landscape. One-hundred years ago, Edmontonians longed for apples while present-day Edmontonians have so much fruit that not-for-profits like Fruits of Sherbrook and Operation…
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