Daily Archives: July 9, 2015

Growing Learning Gardens with Green Manitoba and Winnipeg Harvest

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Hi Ho Hi Ho It’s Off To The Gardens We Go…

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June 26, 2015 – Winnipeg Manitoba

Nutrients For Life has been busy over the past few months with the launch of our National Learning Garden Program in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Nutrients For Life partnered with Green Manitoba and Winnipeg Harvest in launching Winnipeg’s newest community garden.

The garden itself will act in part as a community learning garden for nearby schools to educate youth in Nutrients For Life science based curriculum while helping students to understand the importance of sustainable food sources.  In the above photo a greenhouse was created using recycled water bottles has been added to the garden this year.

Garden View of the Community Learning Garden

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The 1-_DSC1326-001gar1-_DSC1327den itself is nearly sustainable – it includes various types of raised garden beds in a number of different growing containers from straw bales to blue boxes to tires.  This community learning garden…

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GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 07-June 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA:  Capitol TV News Videos – 07-June 2015

  • President Granger calls for diaspora to invest in Guyana
  • Bandits warned: We will be coming after you
  • Surujbally out of favour with opposition
  • Help for pardoned prisoners
  • Police to issue statement on former Public Service Ministry vehicles saga
  • Driver ill no one to drive fire truck – house burns
  • Reward offered re businessman’s murder
  • Woman claims police humiliated her: seeks answers
  • Sports

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History Vacation School – Atlantic Gardens, Guyana – July 27-31, 2015

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History Vacation School – Atlantic Gardens, Guyana – July 27-31, 2015

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THE PPP HAS LOST ITS WAY – by Ralph Ramkarran

THE PPP HAS LOST ITS WAY

Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

Posted on July 4, 2015 – by  – Conversation Tree Blog

The selection of Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo by the Central Committee of the PPP as its nominee for Opposition Leader seals that party’s fate in opposition for decades to come, unless the APNU+AFC coalition under-performs or unravels. The PPP has been shattered by defeat, its leadership disgraced by corruption and it has lost the sympathy of the international community through abuse, corruption and the refusal to hold local government elections.

With no intention by the ruling clique of giving up power, the return of its younger MPs and a sprinkling of new faces to Parliament, would be mere window dressing. This new generation of leaders stands no chance of influencing policy to rebuild the PPP or unite the country. Continue reading