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April 1 - April 30, 2024

Emerson DAUT Americas



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  • April 30 at 6:58 AM
    Redbuds are now in place at my home to offer bees an early pollination opportunity right after winter. Also, multiple sub species of Viburnums are now in place at my home / farm to attract bees.
  • April 30 at 6:40 AM
    It is difficult to go to the store and remember your reusable bags. I am starting to see some exchange programs with the bags that are super helpful. This type of behavior (returning them and reusing them) is where we need to go as a society in the US in my opinion.
  • April 30 at 6:36 AM
    The biodiversity webinar was amazing. It is so humbling to hear the intricate connectivity of every species on Earth and how they affect our ecosystem. It is our job to be responsible with our resources to ensure our planet thrives. Let's protect what can't be undone. Think globally, act locally.
  • April 26 at 7:54 AM
    Learning about forest-friendly foods helped me realize the significant impact that agriculture, particularly certain types of farming practices like deforestation for livestock grazing or palm oil production, can have on forests worldwide. It highlighted the importance of making informed choices about the foods we consume to reduce our...
  • April 26 at 7:52 AM
    Picking up litter often attracts attention from passersby or other community members, leading to positive social interactions and conversations. These interactions provide opportunities to connect with others who share your commitment to improving the community, fostering a sense of belonging and mutual support.
  • April 24 at 8:26 AM
    This spring, we were able to plant flowering species that attract bees. Bees are more than just small honey collectors: They are crucial for biodiversity and health all over the world. Together with other insects, they are responsible for plant pollination, which ensures the survival and diversity of food crops and medicinal plants. As...
  • April 23 at 8:02 AM
    Planting trees provides a break from the office environment and restores our connection to nature. It benefits our planet and gives us a sense of purpose bigger than ourselves.
  • April 23 at 8:01 AM
    I posted on LinkedIn regarding a conservation and biodiversity project at my personal farm in the Midwest. Conserving wide open spaces for our native plants and animals is a passion of mine. Please join me in protecting these spaces.
  • April 9 at 6:36 AM
    Leave no trace is a universal concept that we should all embrace. When enjoying the splendor and amazing opportunities that nature provides, take action and influence others not to litter, restore the area to the state in which you found it, or better than you found it! Remember the saying, think globally, act locally.
  • April 4 at 6:04 AM
    I joined to learn more about eco-friendly practices and to challenge myself to adopt new habits that promote sustainability. I selected actions my family could do together - like looking for opportunities to reduce single use plastics and find products that don't use palm oil.

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