1. Wildflower Nude Interview 1080 pixels

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    Dannii interviews Wildflower for Nude-Muse Magazine www.nude-muse.com

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    • Will + Khrystyne Wedding

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      A Texas DIY wedding at the Wildflower Barn in Driftwood, Texas located just outside Austin. Shot by VotiveImage Song by: Josh Garrels. Title: Little Blue http://votiveimage.com

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      • Hiking in Griffith Indiana

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        sharing what i seen today with you. if you have some time please leave a comment below. and Please Subscribe to my channel and thank you very much for watching my videos.. pictures of Griffith IN here http://christopherphoto.blogspot.com Visit Griffith Indiana's Nature on facebook http://www.facebook.com/GriffithIndia... join me on Google+ http://plus.google.com/11281579439476... Join me on Twitter http://twitter.com/griffithindiana

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        • DROPS Crochet Tutorial: How to crochet a flower circle

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          In this DROPS video we show how to crochet the 6 first rounds on the flower circle used on Wild Flower jacket DROPS 132-2 To see the patter: http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/us/pattern.php?id=5275&lang=us DROPS Catalog 132-2

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          • Edible Campus

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            George Ellmore, an associate professor of biology and expert botanist at Tufts University, can find all the fixings for a tasty salad or stir fry along untrimmed sidewalks or in the shade of a mailbox. To show off this edible garden hidden in plain sight, Ellmore leads popular tours around the Medford/Somerville campus, in which students and community members get to sample a variety of surprising treats during different seasons of the year. Highlights include humble-looking weeds that taste similar to—or even rival—such familiar favorites as spinach, carrots and radishes. http://now.tufts.edu/multimedia

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            • Merton Borders - wild flower borders at the Oxford Botanic Garden

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              For the last two years the lower garden has been undergoing some development. The mature plantings of shrubs and trees have been removed and in their place is a double border designed by Professor James Hitchmough of Sheffield University. Plants from South Africa, North America and European Mediterranean have been sown in situ to create fabulous wild flower displays that are not only visually stunning but ecologically sustainable.

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              • Wildflowers In Bloom At Whistler Blackcomb

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                Thanks to warm early summer alpine temperatures and particularly sunny weather, Whistler Blackcomb’s alpine trails are fully open to the public for walking, hiking and running two weeks ahead of schedule! Alpine wildflowers are starting to bloom all over the mountains and will be in their prime from now until the end of August. HOT TIP: The best place to view wildflowers is on Blackcomb Mountain, particularly Lakeside Loop and Overlord Trail. With over 50 kilometres of hiking and running routes at over 6,000 feet, Whistler Blackcomb offers some of the most easily accessible, and vast, walking, hiking and running alpine terrain in North America. Visit www.whistlerblackcomb.com to learn more about Whistler Blackcomb’s flora/fauna and the new summer Alpine Wonder Routes; a network of tours, trails, waypoints and stops created to showcase Whistler Blackcomb’s most wonder-filled alpine places.

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                • EarthKeepers II and Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Rethink War on Dandelions and Wildflowers in Search for 'Perfect Lawn'

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                  EarthKeepers II is an Interfaith Energy Conservation and Community Garden Initiative to Restore Native Plants and Protect the Great Lakes from Toxins like Airborne Mercury - across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and northeast Wisconsin - in cooperation with the EPA Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, U.S. Forest Service, 10 faith traditions and Native American tribes like the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community. EarthKeepers II and the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative are battling non-native invasive species that ruin ecosystems and hurt pollinators like bees and butterflies. The EarthKeepers II Technical Advisor for Community Gardens is Jan Schultz, head botanist at the USFS Eastern Region (R-9) Office in Milwaukee, WI. Schultz is sharing her expertise about pollinators, native plants, invasive species, cultivars and other issues related to a healthy ecosystem. Americans need to rethink their war on dandelions and other native plants - like wildflowers - as they search for the so-called "perfect lawn" - that is not pollinator friendly, Schultz says. EarthKeepers II is educating the public about the detrimental effects of non-native plants and reducing airborne mercury through energy conservation audits at 40 churches/temples – and teaching congregations how they can save energy in their homes. EarthKeepers II is helping plant 30 interfaith community gardens across northern Michigan and NE Wisconsin The Solution Instead of Spreading Invasives: EarthKeepers II and the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. The native plant gardens being created at churches/temples in northern Michigan and NE Wisconsin can help spread pollinators instead of invasive species. Organizers hope others will be inspired by the project – making its reach even further. Official EarthKeepers II website http://EarthKeepersUP.org Nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute in Marquette, MI http://www.CedarTreeInstitute.org EarthKeepers II social sites: http://www.youtube.com/EarthKeepersII http://EarthKeepersII.blogspot.com http://EarthKeepersII.wordpress.com www.facebook.com/EarthKeepersII https://vimeo.com/EarthKeepersII www.twitter.com/EarthKeeperTeam http://pinterest.com/EarthKeepersII/ http://pinterest.com/EarthKeepersII/EarthKeepers-II-and-the-EPA-Great-Lakes-Restoratio/ http://pinterest.com/EarthKeepersII/Great-Lakes-Restoration-Initiative google youtube page for EKII: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/104404714072685272630/104404714072685272630/videos www.facebook.com/EarthKeepersII War on Dandelion Articles used in story: http://blog.audubonguides.com/2012/05/18/the-war-on-dandelions http://homesteadinginmaine.blogspot.com/2009/05/who-started-war-on-dandelions.html#.Ud3G820SSSo http://naperville.patch.com/groups/opinion/p/love-and-war-with-dandelions www.slowfoodboston.org/facebook-id-42e1233ac4183e40272f16165761e9a9 U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Great Lakes Restoration Initative Forecasting Potential Phragmites Coastal Invasion Corridors http://cida.usgs.gov/glri/phragmites www.fs.usda.gov/detail/ottawa/landmanagement/resourcemanagement/?cid=stelprdb5131070 Credits: EarthKeepers II: An Interfaith Energy Conservation and Community Garden Initiative across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan A Cedar Tree Institute Video Production: EarthKeepers II U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) EPA Great Lakes National Program Office EPA Great Lakes Restoration Initiative U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) U.S. Forest Service (USFS) Jan Schultz, Botanist USFS Eastern Region (R-9) Office Milwaukee, Wisconsin EarthKeepers II Technical Advisor for Community Gardens Nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute Rev. Jon Magnuson, Executive Director EarthKeepers II Project Director Marquette, Michigan Delta Green, a nonprofit corporation Doug Russell, Executive Director EarthKeepers II Energy Conservation Consultant Marquette, Michigan Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) Baraga, Michigan KBIC Natural Resources Department KBIC Solar-Powered Green House L'Anse, Michigan Borealis Seed Company Judy Keast, Suzanne Rabitaille Big Bay, Michigan NMU EarthKeepers II Student Team: Katelin Bingner Tom Merkel Adam Magnuson 10 Faith Communities: Roman Catholic Episcopal Jewish Lutheran Presbyterian United Methodist Bahá'í Unitarian Universalist Zen Buddhist Beautiful pollinator and nature photos in videos by Nancy Parker Hill www.nancyhillphoto.com Kyra Fillmore Ziomkowski EarthKeepers II Project Coordinator Rev. Charlie West EarthKeepers II Religious Communications Obadiah Metivier EarthKeepers II Webmaster Owner & Creative Director of Middle Ear Media Marquette, Michigan Videography, Editor, Producer, and Project Volunteer Media Advisor: Greg Peterson EarthKeepersII@gmail.com 906-204-2549 EarthKeepers II thanks everyone named and unnamed for their loving help with this project

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                  • Crested Butte Wildflowers

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                    With all of the wildflowers, some of us have been getting in touch with our "artsy" side, maybe even carried away with it. That's okay, after all we are the wildflower capital of colorado Here's a look at some of the phenomenal wildflowers around Crested Butte. You may want to watch with a tissue.

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