to our Fall edition of Envirotalk.

In this issue –
• Dr. Robbie Smith, Curator of the Museum of Natural History, talks  about the future of mangroves in Bermuda.
• Entomologist, Claire Jessey, updates us on the status of the Bermuda  honey bee situation.
• See the planting calendar to get a head start on what to plant this Fall.

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Editor's note

September is green and clean month with the 21st and 22nd being ‘Clean Up the World’ weekend (www.cleanuptheworld.org/en) and Green Consumer Day will be held on the 28th. Other important environmental dates to remember are: 20 November for Geographic Information Science Day (GIS) held for Geography Awareness week which is the third week in November (www.gisday.com/about/index.html) and 21 November for World Fisheries

Kimberly Burch – Editor


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