Spring 2012 edition of Envirotalk courtesy of the Department of Environmental Protection.
In this issue –
• Curator of the Bermuda Natural History Museum, Dr. Robbie Smith, talks about our shifting shore line and the exciting discovery at Jobson’s Cove.• Mica Murray-Caines, offers some details on the Agricultural Exhibition which will take place this coming April.• Community gardens are taking shape on Bermuda’s city limits, Greenrock’s Heathly Harvest Director, Omari Dill talks about this ongoing project.• The BIOS Bermuda Air Quality Programme is detailed by Associate Scientist and Programme Manager, Andrew Peters.• Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes! Farmer Carlos Amaral offers upsome growing tips on this luscious red fruit.• See the Spring planting calendar to get a head on what to plant this spring.
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