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Check out the Ivory Silo Seed Project! The Ivory Silo Seed ProjectHi! We grow vegetables sustainably and responsibly, and save our seeds! Our mission is to foster a regionally-adapted seed stock for the South Coast.
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What does the BIGGEST fish in the world – the whale shark – have in common with the tiny – 17 cm – spiny seahorse? They're both creatures you'll meet when you go on @[109588586014:274:ARKive]'s World Oceans Day Scavenger hunt! Check it out: http://blog.arkive.org/2013/06/happy-world-oceans-day-from-arkive/
Go on a journey across http://arkive.org to find all ten important marine species, and then head over to the World Oceans Day website and learn how to protect them.
WORLD OCEANS DAY IS TOMORROW JUNE 8th! Make a promise for the ocean (http://bit.ly/ocean_promise) invite your friends to celebrate (https://www.facebook.com/events/382584411846220/), and do ~ the wave ~ with us across social media (https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/2354-world-oceans-day-twitter-wave). It's our last day to hit our goal, please share ♥
Photo credit to (c)Paul Hilton/Greenpeace