Hey, would you be able to look at my profile and check out the images of the recycled books i'm selling for money to donate. Any feedback would be awesome. I've no idea how to start, but I gotta do it somehow, right? So, I'm just jumping in and seeing how it goes.
Do you think we could have a skype conversation. Would like to chat further about the contractor you hired to develop the site, the dev and maintenance issues. Also about features and usefulness, and limitations of Ning, and so forth. I have the skype handle Reid_Ridgway and I'm online quite a bit. I'm based in Thailand though so we may have to set a convenient time (for you) and then I will make myself available. Would you be ok to chat? It would be very helpful to my task ahead to talk to someone actively using the Ning platform. Thanks for considering.
Thank you for the welcome. I am really interested in trying to set up a Ning Powered Network, and wondered if you had a role in building up the this social network. Would really like to talk to the developer and ask a bunch of questions. I need to build a site, and trying to research the capabilities and understand Ning's platform a bit better. If anyone can help, I'd be most grateful, to have a chat. Thanks again. Best- RR
Thanks for the link! It looks intersting. Although we don't have pigeons where I live (too rural for that >_<), we see somthing similar with color morphs in the local slider populations, due to decreased perdation. It would be intersting to see what the effects would be other bird species such as peafowl that have been breed for color morphs, if they were released into a controled in-situ enviorment.
Pesticides are killing the bees and affecting many other species negatively, yet if we stop them, because of increased monoculture, specific grain pests would ravage the fields and eat everything in sight. Food would not be capable os sustainably being grown. So then, the question becomes, how do we stop the bee deaths and continue the successful farming without pesticides agriculture relies upon?See More
Vanishing of the Bees, a 2009 documentary follows of team of beekeepers across the globe on their quest to discover the reason behind the mass vanishing of their beloved bees. After finding their thousands of hives abandoned, shocked beekeepers…
A night with distinguished author Alison Gillespie Tuesday October 7th
NYC Beekeepers Association Meeting
125 East 15th Street
Featuring: Author of "Hives in the City: Keeping Honey Bees Alive in an Urban World,"…
People's Climate MarchSeptember 21st,I pull on my cap and volunteer shirt, walk to Columbus Circle Subway Station, all while simultaneously yawning. It's 7:30 in the morning. I'm already on duty. As I gaze around, I glimpse passerby in absurd and fascinating costumes. A man or a sun, a man-sun strolls along. Someone with a pointed warlock hat- not really sure what he was supposed to be.People are already here, committed to the act of defying climate change. The day progresses, my arms ache from…See More
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