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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 8:57 pm » by Vulcanic


Nature is something we need to look out for be aware of, just in my life i had seen a huge shift to destroy it so called modernize it.. :bang;

when we go on vacations where do most people go? into nature! why? to clear the mind , get away, be refreshed relax enjoy life!

Our modern world is great but its nothing without nature , there must be a balance :cheers:

Since the rich and powerful and big corp seem to care less about nature, the only green they like is money it's up to us to do the right thing!

we can do so much and these small things help out so much, first up, we tend to build our nice houses on the best land, most of us have no clue what the area we live in used to look like before man. in our buildings we barely put into account migration trails or simple animal trails and the food in the forests.

planting tree's food tree's r berry bush's is one of the nicest things you could do for wildlife, and if you live by a wooded area and have trouble with wildlife coming into your land then be smart instead of killing it plant some foods for it away from your land it just might keep the next generations to stay in the wooded areas where it's safe.


this guy went to a baron land and grew a forest, man grows forest :


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he inspires me :sunny: thats just 1 man, just imagine what 1000's of us could do :sunny:

you don't even have to spend any money, i will show you how to clone plants :flop:

there was a natural spring that was flooding out the road and some factory's and i turned 10 stems of curly willows into few 100 placed them in shallows, curly willows drink alot of water so now it keeps the flooding back :flop: they wanted to plow it out but i noticed in winter it was the only moving fresh water that didnt freeze up and i could see so many animal tracks from deer to rabbit that needed that water, plus in summer the frogs breed in it, at first they hooked a drainage pipe to it and saw the frogs living in mud puddles getting run over,, so im happy to of removed that pipe and gave a alternative natural way to solve the problem...


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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 9:03 pm » by Vulcanic


Aeroponic Clone Box (will need to put money into this method)



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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 9:09 pm » by Vulcanic



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plus keep in mind there are insects and animals that love flowers and having wild flowers in your wooded areas can be beautiful :flop:


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and trees make great homes for most of wildlife


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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 9:19 pm » by Vulcanic


this is one job most avoid, but seriously it helps in more ways you can think of and thats just picking up trash,, if your going for a walk grab a stick put a nail in it and grab a garbage bag and grab what you can, every little bit helps, some of our garbage blows in the wind travels 100's miles and goes in the ocean, sad but true :bang;


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seriously wake up man and help out when you can :cheers:
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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 9:32 pm » by Vulcanic


wild grapes are good


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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 9:33 pm » by Vulcanic


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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 9:38 pm » by Vulcanic


if you get good you can get creative like these


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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 9:40 pm » by Vulcanic


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PostMon Aug 04, 2014 10:00 pm » by Thebluecanary


Awesome stuff, dude. Awesome. :flop:

Something good for nature that almost anyone could do: Get rid of your stupid LAWN. Grass is a monoculture, and in most areas it is not a native or natural occurrence for a yard. It takes so much wasted water and chemicals to maintain that green status symbol lawn. Crap leeches out of the lawn into storm drains, where it gets into the water and hurts fish and amphibians. Yards are much better as gardens for food or planted with drought tolerant native plants and flowers. Less work, friendlier for nature>


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And if you happen to be unlucky enough to live somewhere where some asshole gets to tell you what you can and can't plant in your front yard…fight against restrictive neighborhood regulations. Others have, and have won.

And my personal favorite…get a beehive! This new documentary that is coming out in September, called BEE People, claims that if there were one beehive every two miles in every urban/suburban area, we would no longer have to worry about Colony Collapse Disorder.


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