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Today’s Photo: Farming the Everglades

2013 February 21

Where do your groceries come from? Enjoy this view of our environment, a moment capturing our efforts to feed a hungry nation.

Farming the Everglades, January 25, 2013, Florida, Dan Conlin.

Farming the Everglades, January 25, 2013, Florida, Dan Conlin.

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4 Responses
  1. Master Melvin M. Lusterio permalink
    February 22, 2013

    The Good Force be with you!

    Excellent! It is really very nice to see the farms in USA! Keep up the good work!

    Live forever & prosper!

  2. MALCOLM AW permalink
    February 22, 2013

    WATERL’EAU PLC is planning to reforest parts of MENA and terre-forming arid land into a floodplain of rich agricultural developments made possible with Massive Water Recovery, Generation and Reforestation and Environmental Restorative Technology providing inexhaustible supply of freshwater:

    Please check out waterleaux.co.uk Thank you.

  3. Jen permalink
    February 22, 2013

    Comment is not releated with post but i liked picture thumbnail script.

  4. Dereck Hawthorn permalink
    April 22, 2013

    That trash can is horrible! Someone needs to recycle those plastics and aluminum cans PRONTO! What has the world come to that the trash cans are overflowing in, what looks like, a family park??? Where are the park janitors or someone to clean up the mess? I am SO scared for this generation that they can’t even pick up a simple piece of trash and throw it away or recycle it properly. It’s just sad, stupid Americans.

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