Be a bee helper & pollinate pumpkins and squashes. Help, there are shortages of bees to do bee work. This story with beautiful music shows how SMILY the pumpkin was born. Bees are overworked, so help beautiful pumpkins smile.
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If your immature squash plants are turning brown and rotting on the vine, you may have a pollination issue. Fine Gardening's Danielle Sherry shows Fine Cooking's Sarah Breckenridge how to ensure a bountiful yield by pollinating the blooms by hand.
A Cave Nectar Bat is pollinating durian flowers in Thailand. The durian is the king of SE Asian fruits, selling for billions of dollars annually. However, every flower must be pollinated by a bat in order to set fruit, even when grown in orchards. More Videos: http://www.merlintuttle.com/resources/video-library
A make believe erotic world... like a dream of the sexually adventurous. Polinate from Coco de Mer - more online visit their site
How to breed corn, or maize. An overview of the genetics of Zea mays and a step-by-step procedure for making controlled crosses between varieties of corn. For professionals and backyard breeders looking to experiment. Find out where high-yielding corn comes from!
Bee colonies are struggling to stay healthy right now. This bee house gives the Orchard Mason Bee a place to live and raise its young.
Large swarm of honey bees take over an organic compost bin, build honeycomb hive; beekeeper removes and relocates them. No toxins are used and the bees can pollinate our crops and produce honey
Heaven's Rehearsal is a gathering to unite lovers of Jesus in preparation for the day we all stand as one in Heaven before His throne.
Perhaps for the first time in history... in attendance will be worshippers from all nations and generations. Together, we will follow the protocol and worship that scripture describes. As in Heaven, there will be no preacher or featured singing group - the honour alone will be given to God.
We will worship with the finest musicians, vocalists, and dancers and we, the bride of Christ, will be ushered into the very presence of God. We believe the impact of Heaven's Rehearsal will pollinate globally and further establish the Kingdom of God.
Where goes this honey-bee after pollination? Choose from a bee-hive and a news-stand.
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The vanilla orchid only blooms one morning per year and only the Melipona Bee knows how to pollinate the vanilla flower!
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Bee-Boy dance crew drops dead. It is a fact of nature: When a honey bee returns to the hive after finding a good source of nectar, it will perform a unique dance for its hive mates, detailing the distance, quality and quantity of the new food supply. Sadly, honey bees are mysteriously vanishing in staggering numbers - a crisis known as Colony Collapse disorder - which is alarming considering honey bees are responsible for pollinating one-third of our natural food supply. Learn more at http://www.helpthehoneybees.com
Histoire du kuduro
The roots of Kuduro can be traced to the late 80's when producers in Luanda, Angola started mixing African percussion samples with simple Calypso and Soca beats to create a style of music then known as "Batida". European and American electronic music had begun appearing at the largest open-air market in all of Africa, Roque Santeiro market, which attracted Angolan musicians and inspired them to incorporate their own musical styles. An Angolan MC, Sebem, began toasting over the this and is thus credited with starting the genre. 
The name itself is a word with a specific meaning to location in the Kimbundu language, which is native to the northern portion of Angola. It has a double meaning in that it also translates to "hard ass" or "stiff bottom" in Portuguese, which is the official language of Angola. Kuduro is also a type of dance where, typically (like Ragga, some forms of hiphop, and other afro-based musics) the female dancer protrudes her bottom and swings it sensuously to the rhythm of the hard-hitting Kuduro beat. As for the males, they pop-lock, breakdance and also move sensual. The kuduro dancing is similar to Dancehall dancing of Jamaica. It is mostly influenced by Zouk, Soca, and Rara (Haitian music genre) music genres. It also combines Western house and techno with traditional Angolan Kilapanga and Semba music As Vivian Host points out in her article, despite the common assumption that "world music" from non-Western countries holds no commonalities with Western modern music, Angolan kuduro does contain "elements in common with punk, deep tribal house, and even Daft Punk."It is thus the case that cultural boundaries and limitations within the musical spectrum are constantly shifting and being redefined. And though Angolan Kuduro reflects an understanding and, further, an interpretation of Western musical forms, the world music category that it fits under tends to reject the idea of Western musical imperialism. The larger idea here is that advancements in technology and communications and the thrust of music through an electronic medium have made transcending cultural and sonic musical structures possible. According to Blentwell Podcasts, Kuduro is a "mixture of House, Hip Hop, and Ragga elements," which illustrates how this is at once an Angolan-local and global music. Indeed, this "musical cross-pollination", as Vivian Host calls it, represents a local appropriation of global musical forms, such that the blending of different musics creates the music of a "new world."
http://suprememastertv.com/ - Global warming causing dramatic decline in Great Barrier Reef's seabirds, Scientist: Nadi Will Be Underwater By 2027, Plight of the honey bee: English apples under threat as pollinating insects struggle in bad weather plus more. Episode 766, Air date: 19 Oct 2008
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Austin, Texas – March 11, 2009 - The Rhizome Collective is a consensus-run 501c3 nonprofit organization that has operated a center for community organizing and urban sustainability in an East Austin warehouse since 2000. This warehouse was inspected on March 3rd by officials from the Building and Standards Commission of the City of Austin. On Thursday, March 5th The Code Enforcement Division of The City of Austin delivered a letter outlining a list of code violations to the Collective. The City mandated that the residents and organizations based in the warehouse must vacate before March 16th. The Collective is looking into all options, but is preparing to vacate the warehouse by the deadline. Before this inspection, the Collective was in negotiations to buy the warehouse from its current owner.
The Rhizome Collective is making every effort to work with the City on this matter. Contractors are currently completing an estimate of the cost required to bring the building into compliance with city building codes. Based on conversations with contractors, the Collective does not believe it will be possible to get an estimate, obtain permits and complete the work by the City’s deadline. Collective members attended the City Council meeting to ask for assistance on March 12.
The Rhizome Collective including Inside Books, Bikes Across Borders and Food Not Bombs is making an international call to supporters. The Collective is seeking monetary donations, in-kind donations, funding sources and statements of solidarity. Donate through the link below.
The Collective is an internationally recognized model for intentional communities that comprise a massive movement focused on justice and autonomous sustainability.
Susannah Cummins of the Inside Books Project explains that, "Rhizome has been the central organizing point for so many different organizations over the years. It's really a unique place in Austin because you might go there to volunteer at the community bike shop and, in the process, learn about why people are sending books to prisoners. There's a kind of cross-pollination that happens at Rhizome that I think helps people make connections between different struggles and see things within a larger context."
In 2004, the City of Austin donated a 9.8 acre brownfield in the Montopolis neighborhood to the Rhizome Collective. The property served as a legally operated municipal landfill from 1967 to 1970, and was illegally dumped on for approximately fifteen years following the closure of the landfill. In the same year, the EPA awarded the Rhizome Collective with a $200,000 Cleanup Grant as part of their Brownfields Program. From January 2005 to July 2006, 680 tires, 10.1 tons of trash, and 31.6 tons of recyclable metal were removed from the brownfield. This property is not being affected by the code violations on the warehouse.
In the nine years of its existence, the collective has collaborated with many local, national and international organizations by providing free or low cost space and through direct participation in their initiatives. The Collective has provided space to people working with the organizations mentioned above and, to name a few others: The University of Texas, Campaign to End the Death Penalty, Acci