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Robert Marston
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Business Development, California
Business Development, California

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Bright Agrotech (brightagrotech.com) is a company for our time. They are the Apple Computer and Khan Academy of sustainable farming, making hydroponics and aquaponics accessible to everyone. Dr. Nate Storey and team have developed  a line of elegantly functional and attractive products -- ZipGrow towers, ZipWall kits, and the ZipFarm (indoor vertical farming that scales) -- and a large collection of how-to videos.

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About the price of a good power strip, without the ugly wires.

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The Omnivore’s Dilemma: Young Readers Edition "The Secrets Behind What You Eat" is for ages 10 and up.  I imagine that it will NOT be warmly received by public schools which seem to think of ketchup as a vegetable and jello as a fruit.

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Found these Magic Magnets in my tool shed and they're just what we need in our kitchen. The $1 price caught my eye: a quick search showed that Plaza Color Center & Hardware is/was in San Jose, CA, so... these are likely from my folk's place, probably purchased over 40 years ago. Thanks, Mom & Dad, for passing them along! (And thanks, Google Search!)
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"Unlike geoengineering, rebuilding soil carbon is a zero-risk, low-cost proposition. It has universal application, and we already know how to do it."

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Creating the Floral Reef Project to rally and direct support to bees and other pollinators. Please join this effort to raise awareness, inspire individuals, and empower groups to take action to preserve and nurture key pollinators which are critical to food, agriculture, and the natural environment. http://floralreef.org
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Metal trellises help to hide unsightly architectural features while softening and cooling a stark south-facing wall (Los Angeles). {vertical garden, green wall, pollinator habitat}
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