Mark H. Charles
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  • Ann Arbor, MI
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Monarch butterflies on the Internet Tuesday May 19 at Internet

May 16, 2009 from 9am to 10am
Tuesday (May 19, 2009) there's an internet program about using city gardens and schoolyard plants to nourish Monarch butterflies. It's called "Little Spaces Big Results"noon - Eastern11 AM - Central10 AM - Mountain9 AM - PacificHere's their blurb:"Little spaces can produce big results by helping monarch butterflies, pollinators, birds, and other wildlife find places for food, water, shelter, and reproduction. Butterfly gardens in schoolyards, at home, in public spaces, or in naturalized areas…See More
May 16, 2009
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"Yes, I saw their write-up in the list of 2008 awards. I'll be excited to hear more about that project."
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"Nice bee photo! Have you checked out Team BEES?"
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This group is for teachers, group leaders, counselors, principals, sports coaches, parents, or any individual, age 21 or older, who wants to help T4PE teens make a difference for the Earth.
May 14, 2009
Mark H. Charles commented on rajasi vaidya's blog post can engineers be a part of this?
"I have a friend who is an environmental engineer (retired). He worked at an industrial company helping design equipment that prevented contamination from reaching water supplies."
May 14, 2009
Jeanine Silversmith left a comment for Mark H. Charles
"Hi Mark. Welcome to T4PE! Hope you find the site helpful and fun. I'm the WCS/T4PE Project Advisor, so I'm here to answer your questions and help you out. Let me know if you need anything."
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I have a blog with information about butterfly gardens, rain gardens and similar projects in Michigan, USA.

Many of these involve teens, but some are targeted to younger children.

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Young people in India are working to save their trees

Young people in India are working to save their trees. See the article at

http://ringsofsilverpv.blogspot.com/2009/11/siemens-nizhal-go-green-initiative.html

Posted on December 29, 2009 at 11:41am — 1 Comment

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At 12:59pm on May 14, 2009, Jeanine Silversmith said…
Nice bee photo! Have you checked out Team BEES?
At 10:19pm on May 13, 2009, Jeanine Silversmith said…
Hi Mark. Welcome to T4PE! Hope you find the site helpful and fun. I'm the WCS/T4PE Project Advisor, so I'm here to answer your questions and help you out. Let me know if you need anything.
 
 
 

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CCD of Honey BeesColony Collapse Disorder among the Honey Bees is no longer a worry of the past. It is a legitimate concern among environmentalists and researchers. Why are the colonies being lost? This is the ultimate question that must be addressed. If we ignore the increasing death of bees, we may threaten the cultivation of various foods, flowers, jeopardizing the sustenance all creatures depend on. Not only to honey bees make honey, but they pollinate fruits, vegetables, and various…See More
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CCD of Honey BeesColony Collapse Disorder among the Honey Bees is no longer a worry of the past. It is a legitimate concern among environmentalists and researchers. Why are the colonies being lost? This is the ultimate question that must be addressed. If we ignore the increasing death of bees, we may threaten the cultivation of various foods, flowers, jeopardizing the sustenance all creatures depend on. Not only to honey bees make honey, but they pollinate fruits, vegetables, and various…See More
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