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It's widely known backyard folklore that a few copper pennies tossed in a
animal trough will help keep the basin clean.

Reclaimed Handcrafted with exquisite fine classical detail and with the
provenance of an outstanding smith's craft. 18th 19th century primitive crudely
hand forged all copper cookware. Heavy gauge solid 1/4 inch thick pot
Copper/brass with tin lining cooking pot. Original and authentique time aged
dings with some green Verdigris patination.

Height : 4.25 " - 11 cm
Diameter : 10.75 "- 28cm

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Summer has transformed into ‘danger season,’ scientists warn
Hurricanes, heat, fires, smoke, drought: Is it time to stop sugar-coating

Get ready for triple-digit temperatures again, as massive heat dome engulfs
the US

Johnny Appleseed practicing his nurseryman craft in the area of Wilkes-Barre,
Pennsylvania, and of picking seeds from the pomace at Potomac cider mills in
the late 1790s

During his travels, he converted many Native Americans, whom he admired. The
Native Americans regarded him as someone who had been touched by the Great
Spirit, and even hostile tribes left him strictly alone.

He cared very deeply about animals, including insects.

"God forbid that I should build a fire for my comfort, that should be the
means of destroying any of His creatures."

The West's megadrought ?????

"It takes millions of gallons of water for a golf course," Tharrett said.
"It's going to reach a point when people have to decide, 'Do I survive or do I
play golf? Should I have a lawn in the desert or pay a $100 for a basket of

Bloomberg Business
Remove bird feeders and troughs due to avian flu outbreak
Bird Flu Outbreak Nears Worst Ever in U.S. With 37 Million Dead chickens and
turkeys and wild birds
Farmers have to destroy massive, infected flocks, leading to distressing
scenes across the Midwest

ByZijia Song, Elizabeth Elkin, and Michael Hirtzer
May 6, 2022

A bird flu virus that’s sweeping across the U.S. is rapidly becoming the
country’s worst outbreak, having already killed over 37 million chickens and
turkeys, with more deaths expected through next month as farmers perform mass

Under guidance of the federal government, farms must destroy entire commercial
flocks if just one bird tests positive for the virus, to stop the spread.
That’s leading to distressing scenes across rural America. In Iowa, millions of
animals in vast barns are suffocated in high temperatures or with poisonous
foam. In Wisconsin, lines of dump trucks have taken days to collect masses of
bird carcasses and pile them in unused fields. Neighbors live with the stench
of the decaying birds.

Europe faces largest bird flu epidemic ever - Poultry World

Michelin menus in turmoil as France faces foie gras crisis -
CNN › travel › article › france-foie-g...

Foie gras production in France has been drastically reduced due to bird flu.
Paris (CNN) ...

Avian influenza - European Commission ›
diseases-and-control-measures › a...
Avian influenza is a highly contagious viral disease which occurs primarily in
poultry and wild water birds.

Welcome Spring, which means one thing: Fossil fuel leaf blowers and un
tranquil weekend lawn mowers?

Here’s Why Leaf Blowers Are Evil Incarnate
Lawn mowers, garbage trucks and generators all make plenty of noise in the
suburbs. But nothing compares to this amplified, gas-powered mosquito. No other
suburban fossil fueled noisemaker has the ability to infuriate as quickly and
thoroughly as a leaf blower can.

The OLD fossil gas leaf blower is to suburban life what the 3:30 a.m. rave in
the short-term-rental apartment upstairs is to city life. They happen. They are
completely out of your control. They make you want to commit murder.

By Kris Frieswick WSJ

Turn your dam leaf blower off and get a rake. Time to do it yourself and
"GETTER DUN". Time waits for no one A handy tool for when ill winds blow or
family and friends are blown in. Power down and out, old-time eveready to power
up and clear the way.

Mow problem: gardeners encouraged not to cut lawns in May re wilding landscape
No Mow May scheme promotes letting wild plants thrive to provide nectar for

The number of people not mowing their lawns is increasing after a successful
campaign to keep gardens wild, a leading nature charity says.

Gardeners are this year being urged once again by Plantlife to keep their
lawnmower in the shed during No Mow May, in order to let wild plants thrive and
provide nectar for insects.

Thousands of people take part in Plantlife’s annual Every Flower Counts
citizen science survey, the largest ever study of garden lawns in the UK. The
charity says the results show a “radical shift in attitudes towards lawn
management is under way”.

About Copper
Copper is a natural element (chemical symbol Cu), a soft, malleable metal with
a lustrous red-orange color. Copper can be mined directly and does not require
separating from an ore before basic uses. It is one of the first metals to have
been mined and used for tools, household objects, and decorations, and in fact,
copper has been used for roughly the past 10,000 years. It is widely used in
its pure form, as well as combined with other metals to create alloys, such as
brass (with zinc), bronze (with tin, aluminum, or silicon) and numerous nickel
and silver alloys.

This metal is biostatic, which means that many types of algae, bacteria, and
fungi will not adhere to it or grow on it. This makes copper very easy to clean
and valuable for antibacterial uses because it can, to a limited extent and
depending on overall conditions, self-sterilize. This unusual and valuable
property has led to copper being used for doorknobs and handles in many
hospitals and similar facilities.

What was the theme for Earth Day in 2022?
Invest In Our Planets Future
Earth Day is celebrated annually on 22 April. The Earth Day 2022 theme is
'Invest In Our Planet'.

This is the moment to change it all — the business climate, the political
climate, and how we take action on climate. Now!!!!

Earthjustice Statement on Supreme Court Move To Reinstate Trump Era Clean
Water Rule
The decision tramples the rights of Tribes and states to review and reject
dirty fossil fuel projects
Alexandria Trimble, atrimble [!at]

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated a Trump
administration rule that significantly undermines state and tribal authority to
protect water quality under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act. The rule is in
effect while the U.S. 9th Circuit of Appeals hears the case.
This decision will harm communities by allowing dangerous fossil fuel projects
to get approved without full evaluation of the risks they pose.

Earthjustice is representing the Suquamish Tribe, Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe,
Orutsararmiut Native Council, Columbia Riverkeeper, and Sierra Club in this

The Clean Water Act is one of our nation’s bedrock environmental laws.
Congress passed this popular law in 1972 to “restore and maintain the chemical,
physical, and biological integrity of the Nation’s waters.”

Tick, tick, tick
The latest IPCC report argues that stabilising the climate will require fast

It’s over for fossil fuels: IPCC spells out what’s needed to avert climate
Analysis: The third part of the panel’s report makes clear a century of rising
emissions must end before 2025

IPCC report: ‘now or never’ to stave off climate disaster
Damian Carrington Environment editor

Which states are having wildfires right now? 4/10/2022
Current Wildfires Burning in the U.S.

Texas. 219 fires. 360,695 acres.
Oklahoma. 73 fires. 64,557 acres.
Nebraska. 3 fires. 30,252 acres.
Kansas. 11 fires. 24,688 acres.
Mississippi. 17 fires. 8,184 acres.
New Mexico. 18 fires. 5,474 acres.
Colorado. 13 fires. 4,956 acres.
Arizona. 19 fires. 2,009 acres.

Insects decline: What do insects actually do? Petrochemical plastic Human
Litterbugs beware! Just 100 years ago no plastic in sight only glass, pottery,
metals, wood, beeswaxed plant fibers????

Reports show many insect populations are declining. How will that affect us?
A recent study found that bees, ants and beetles were disappearing eight time
faster than mammals, birds and reptiles.
The general insect decline is being caused by intensive agriculture,
pesticides and climate change.What's on your toxic green lawn? Drink
☝insecticide patricide matricide homicide. Mother natures clock is ticking.

The stormy night had been succeeded by a calm and sunlit day. With that, he
flung the two pieces wide into the sunlit waters of the brook. The gloom of the
darkling forests, too, had passed into the sunlit parks of delight. I felt like
a man lifted suddenly from a dungeon into the sunlit world.

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