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After U.S. Premiere, Next Up: Orono, Maine

"Riveting" "Enthralling" "The most important movie ever made about community activism!" These were just some of the comments Monday night after the official U.S. Premiere of A Chemical Reaction at the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival. More than 160 people attended. "People were glued to their seats, for both the movie and the question-and-answer period afterward," said the director of the prestigi ...

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Orlando Screening Quiet, But Productive

About 25 people turned out for the Thursday matinee screening of A Chemical Reaction in Orlando as a part of the Orlando Film Festival. The facility was amazing and the festival folks were very kind and accommodating. Most everyone in attendance seemed to be either media covering the festival, or folks from the green industry who read this blog. At the end of the film, we were promised several positive revi ...

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Further Evidence Implicates Pesticides in Bee Deaths

The University of Florida recently released research that begins to shed more light on the connection between pesticides and colony collapse disorder in bees. Beyond Pesticides posted this article today on its web site: (Beyond Pesticides, November 3, 2009) Research by scientists at the University of Florida (UF) links Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), the widespread disappearance of honey bees that has kille ...

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SafeLawns Coordinates Major American Lawn Conference

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE National Organic Leaders to Present Madison Lawn & Landscape Conference Open to all landscape professionals, government officials & the public. MADISON, WI. —The Midwest Organic Lawn Care and Landscaping Conference will bring the nation’s preeminent horticultural leaders to the Midwest for a first-of-its-kind two-day symposium focusing on environmentally acceptable solutions for an evo ...

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A Great EMail Worth Reading

I receive oceans of these sorts of emails each week to my personal account. Either folks don't know about the blog, or they're too shy. I just have to share this one, though: Hi Paul I have told so many people about you and your book. I wanted to let you know my story. I am a girl and have no idea how to take care of a lawn. Never even cut my own grass. I had a new lawn put in. I let the lawn go because the ...

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