Peace River Valley holds one of the largest watersheds in central Florida and is under attack by Florida phosphate industry. The industry indiscriminately destroys the natural landscapes in the valley causing irreparable damage to Florida aquifers, rivers, springs, lakes, and the like. All of these fresh water resources are economically important.
MISSISSAUGA, Ontario Time is running out! One week remains to nominate your favourite public washroom. Now through June 15th, Cintas Canada, Ltd.Do you remember the last time you were in a public washroom that was clean and wonderfully decorated? Tell us about it! Through this contest, Cintas recognizes establishments that place high value on washroom hygiene and style.”The way a restroom is maintained impacts a customer’s experience and shapes their perception of the business,” said Candice Raynsford, Marketing Manager, Cintas Canada, Ltd. “We want to encourage the public to nominate a washroom that stands out to them so they can receive the recognition they deserve.”Last year, the Bayview Village Shopping Centre in Toronto, Ontario, won the title and prize for its chic dcor, elegant chandeliers and cushioned chairs.
American luxury cars from the 1930’s onward were built to travel on smooth roads and to impress the country club crowd. In Europe, the automakers were building cars designed for performance. After World War II the industry shifted away from the opulence of the pre war period toward smaller, more practical models..
Decorations from holidays like Halloween and Dia de los Muertos are wonderful additions to your home dcor. I personally try to keep the gory decorations like bloody limbs and howling monsters out of it; but I love to use things like scarecrows, grim reapers, jack o lanterns, cats, bats, spiders, webs and more. I love decorating skeletons or hanging skull masks, Mexican style, as well..
Topics include local geology, forests, animals, plants, fungi, aquatic biology and astronomy. The fieldwork portion of the course can be physically demanding with hikes on steep hills and rough terrain and some night activities.Among those who serve as volunteer instructors are State Naturalist Randy Hedgepath; Sewanee professors Bran Potter, Ken Smith and Kirk Zigler; Sewanee Herbarium Curators Mary Priestley and Yolande Gottfried; TWRA rehabilitator Margaret Matens; and rangers Jessie McNeel, Jason Reynolds, Philip Hylen and Mark Taylor, and former St. Andrews Sewanee instructor Ron Ramsey.The TNP is an education training course designed to introduce the natural history of Tennessee to interested adults, with chapters across the state.