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64 Tips Thelma Newton
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Size: 7.5" x 7.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Discover 64 ways to beat the oil guys at the pump! Americans use 20,030,000 barrels of oil every day. The average car owner spends $2,046 per year on gasoline. It has been proven that gas mileage will dramatically increase and thus saving money by simply changing our driving and car care habits, and paying more attention to how we refuel. We hope you will enjoy learning many ways to save fuel and money. As you will see, using just a few ideas can have a dramatic result and combined, even greater savings. Besides saving money, you will begin reducing wear and tear on your vehicle, while reducing use of natural resources and dependency on foreign oil. Drive FuelSmart! Go to: www.FuelSm ...
A Lawn Chair Gardener's Guide Dawn Pape
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$11.95
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780985187712
A Lawn Chair Gardener’s Guide to a Balanced Life and a More Balanced World is for gardeners interested in establishing eco-friendly yards that create food and habitat for both people and wildlife with minimal time and effort. It’s for people who enjoy being outside, hope to squeeze in a couple hours per week (or month) to garden and want their garden to make a positive impact on the world. This book is meant for both beginning and experienced gardeners who are venturing into the world of edibles and natives and gardening with an environmental perspective. Even though this is a guidebook with A-Z how to info, it is entertaining and easy to read. The beginning of the book explores th ...
A Lawn Chair Gardener's Guide to a Balance Life and World Dawn Pape
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780985187729
Entertaining and easy to read, A Lawn Chair Gardener's Guide offers a road map for earth-conscience gardeners who don't have a lot of time to spend in the yard, but desire to grow edible and beneficial plants the entire family can enjoy. Mixing one part gardening, one part concern for the environment, and one part personal growth, author and Master Gardener Dawn Pape sets out to change the world, one yard at a time. Pape's low-maintenance "Lawn Chair" gardens create habitat, conserve water, reduce the gardener's carbon footprint, and eliminate the need for chemicals. Best of all, she makes it easy. Pape has a knack for explaining complex topics like organic gardening and companion planti ...
A Nest of Robins in her Hair Miriam Miner
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781946447487
Amy Tucker is alone in the woods when she encounters the old woman who lives in the forest at the edge of town. As she is drawn further into a relationship with the mysterious woman, she finds herself at the center of a conflict between the industry keeping so many families out of poverty, and a precious wilderness threatened by destruction. It will take courage and cleverness to stick by those she loves and speak the truth. Set in a rural New England town, this charming young adult fiction novel touches on issues of conservation and the environment, family dynamics, friendships and growing up.
A Primer to Cultural and Medicinal Plants of the Dakota Sioux Kyle Herdina
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Size: 6" x 9"
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A primer to cultural and medicinal plants of the Dakota Sioux. A collection of 20 plants with Dakota names, cultural uses, large color pictures, as well as plant characteristics helpful to identification.
Angkor Ecology / Sustainable Khmer: A Brief Natural History of the Khmer Capital R. Terry Schnadelbach,FAAR
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Size: 8" x 10"
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Preface Angkor was the ancient capitol city of the great Khmer civilization from the IXth to XVIth Century. It covered over 200 square kilometers on alluvial fans of the Kulen Plateau and the alluvial plains bordering the great lake, Tongle Sap. On these lands, the Khmers tested seven different sites in succession before intensively developing Angkor. Here, over 200 major monuments in brick, laterite and sandstone testify to the art, religion and cultural achievements of the Khmer Civilization. The sustainabity of Angkor will be described and evaluated against five basic tenets of Ecology: All things are related Organisms will seek and inhabit environments which will sustain life a ...
Basic Soil Principles for Home Owners James Claridge
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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Home owners guide to the Basic Principles of Soils.
Bed Bug Devilution don jackler
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In this honest and poignant memoir, author Don Jackler tells of his agonizing encounter with bed bugs filled with their destructive power that left an undeniable mark on his family forever. Disturbing, yet very real this shows how truly fragile and vulnerable we as humans are to a single pervading insect and the emotional power they have over us. All they want is YOUR blood! After fifteen exhausting calls to different pest control companies and costs from as low as five hundred dollars to thousands, not one of them could guarantee that all the bed bugs would be gone because of the increase of pesticide resistance. Furthermore, subjecting his family and environment to toxic pestic ...
Consumption Literacy: A New Pedagogy for Environmental Science in Higher Learning Austine Luce, PhD
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The purpose of this study is to analyze student thinking as outcomes of a consumption literacy curriculum in a general education environmental science lab course at the University of Colorado at Denver. The curriculum is designed to educate students about environmental science through a critical investigation of student's everyday natural resource consumption. Then students further develop their thinking and findings through the production of a digital story. The environmental science lab curriculum innovations, aligned with university STEM reform agendas, include (a) more time for classroom conversation, (b) opportunities for developing a community in the classroom, (c) students every ...

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