Mon Jan 13th 2014 7.00pm–8.00pm
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Margaret Whiting and Paul Weston “It Might As Well Be Spring” from The Famous Hits of World War II (RCA Records Label 1990) —Can bees (our first focus on Earthworms tonight) tell it's warmer today - but not shove their sweaters into the hive drawers yet? It might as well be time to talk Environmental Impacts: Yours, Ordinary Peoples', Positive, Possible!Buy it!
Bob Sears, President Eastern MO Beekeepers with Ralph Samples and Katie Lee, U of Minnesota Bee Lab “Backyard Beekeeping: a growing hobby with REAL benefits, to the people as well as the bees” from EMBA's annual Beekeeper Training Workshop - Sat Feb 8 hosted on Maritz corporate campus (www.easternmobeekeepers.com also check out www.BeeInformed.org, national research supporting pollinator population health through citizen involvement with bees 2014) N L —Interested in beekeeping, or know someone who is? Hundreds of St. Louis folks ARE, and many are willing to mentor new beekeepers. This workshop is your annual Great Chance to Learn About Beekeeping. Folks supporting insects supporting our food supply.Buy it!
Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra “TAKE THE "A" TRAIN” from The Famous Hits of World War II (RCA 1990) —Make that "The Bee Train" or "The E-Train" for EAGLES, our next topic on Earthworms: Eagle Days 2014Buy it!
Mike Arduser, Conservation Biologist “Missouri Department of Conservation” from Eagle Days - Jan 18-19 on the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge (www.mdc.mo.gov Eagle biology, habits - what can we see at Eagle Days? What's so cool about watching eagles? 2014) N L —AND - Eagle recovery, BACK from the Endangered Species List and brink of extinction, thanks to citizens who cared about banning DDT and other pesticides and supporting eagle protection legislation. Our efforts made this difference. Celebrate this weekend!Buy it!
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