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The burning Amazon, and real estate as an information system

Monday Aug 26th, 2019

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Real estate is a technology. I've had this idea marinating in my head for a little while that is sort of an expansion of the concept I've already communicated I believe in: real estate is a technology. Land is the surface of a floating rock in space we're lucky enough to exist upon. It is a piece of the universe. Real estate, then, is an expansion upon it. Through this system, we interact with the world, and with one another. Real estate is a collection of technologies... [read more]

Tampa Drive resident wants town to allow backyard chickens in Georgina

Thursday Aug 25th, 2016

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  Melody Bertolini lost her bid at council to keep her backyard hens, Peanut and Pearl, but may get pilot project penned for entire municipality after a staff review of the pros and cons of issue G-BERTOLINI CONTINGENT RE BACKYARD HENS Keswick resident Melody Bertolini (seated) lost her bid to keep her own hens, but successfully lobbied Georgina council to further examine either amending the town's current bylaw or launching a pilot project allowing Georgina... [read more]

From field to vase, Cloverhill Flowers in Georgina local, organic, sustainable and now available at farmers market in Sutton

Thursday Aug 25th, 2016

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  Cloverhill Heidi Riedner Debbie Gordon (right), daughter Amanda Mallory and baby Lucy make Cloverhill Flowers in Georgina a three generation family affair and small-scale sustainable farm, offering arrangements at the farmers market in Sutton and by order. Aug. 23, 2016. nextplay/pausepre1/2   Georgina Advocate By Heidi Riedner  Flowers have always been nature’s way of smiling, but you could call some blooming... [read more]

Sharon beekeeper suspects loss of 17 hives caused by neonicotinoids

Thursday Jul 7th, 2016

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East Gwillimbury Express By Simon Martin When Sharon beekeeper James Murray went out to check on his bees last week he was in for a shock: dead bees in front of his hives. “I thought that was odd. All the bees were shaking,” he said.  The situation worsened when he discovered 17 hives were ruined and it appeared the bees had clearly been affected by something, Murray said. “It was horrible. I cried,” he said. “I lost a lot of... [read more]

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