His Free Seminar called: History of the Ladybug! Feb. 10 at 1PM at 880 Walnut Ave. Mare Island, CA His PowerPoint presentation with never before seen color slides and narrative story telling style has more recently packed the seats, Attendee submitted surveys have all came back positive many have said they would pay to hear the speaker talk about Ladybugs! The attendee receives free gifts for completing a short one page survey. This year includes and new T-shirt just for the seminar and a Calendar with color photos ladybugs for each month page.
Chicago, IL, 2016-Oct-14 — /EPR Network/ — Women hygiene manufacturer “Genial Day” presented new invention EiVi – patent pending organic cotton panties with double crotch with pockets on the sides to hide pad wings.
Finally pads and panties were united for maximum comfort, health and fashion. It became a reality because of a small family business which worked in this field for many years.
„It has been a decade since our family started sanitary napkins business. Always our goal was the combination of health and comfort. That is why we use only the most advance materials in our pads: ventilated film, biodegradable superabsorbent polymer, air laid paper or ion strip. We are seriously concentrated to fight with pesticides, fungicides, toxic paints, chemicals equilibrate the pH, cellulose and chloro. We also are OEKO-TEX® 100 certified.” – says founder Vilmante Markeviciene.
Released on: January 25, 2012, 2:14 am
Author: Rana Sabeh
January 25, 2012 – Irvine, CA – OC Green Market, a division of Healthy Bargains, LLC, has announced it will host a Greenie Speed Dating event on Saturday, February 11, two days before Valentine’s Day, from 12-2 pm at Irvine Valley College. Each participant will meet 7 men or women with each conversation lasting 5 minutes. After the event participants will receive their matches through email.
WINTER hibernation is very boring when the Great Ocean Walk beckons – offering greater solitude, opportunities to see koala joeys emerging from the pouch, whales swimming the Southern Ocean and the warming welcome of the Aire Valley Guest House.
From May to October humpbacks and southern rights are seen almost daily from Victoria’s Great Ocean Walk which stretches 104 kilometres from the resort town of Apollo Bay to the famous limestone stacks the Twelve Apostles.
Released on: March 24, 2011, 06:35 am
Author: Ashley Bartner
Slow Travel Italy: June 5-Night Food & Wine Cooking Holiday in Le Marche 1550 Euro/Couple. “Farm to Fork” Cooking Class on Organic Farm in Central Italy
Experience Slow Travel, living as the locals and enjoy the culture, food & wine of undiscovered Le Marche. Including a VIP wine tour and “farm to fork” cooking classes at La Tavola Marche Agriturismo & Cooking School
The launch of Google Place Search at the end of October has significantly altered the face of Google SERPs. With the focus now placed emphatically on local results, the ramifications of this change will affect a range of companies as well as the operations of the average SEO.
The most notable change to the result lay-out is the abolition of the “7-pack” section which previously appeared at the top of the page. The familiar grouping of 7 local search results adjacent to the map display has been replaced by a more comprehensive listing of local search results, with the geographical visualisations now located in the right hand column – an alteration which has caused concern due to the subsequent obscuration of the Adwords section.
According to Andrew Shortland, founder of ‘Local SEO Guide’, the tool lends itself to small businesses. His belief is that the new format “intensifies the competition for local rankings”. Shortland also points out that sites with a physical address within the searched for city will gain an advantage over those which lack the corresponding location.
Our children and our soldiers are among our most precious resources. Premier coffee manufacturer Hispaniola’s Best is supporting both with generous donations from the sale of their organic coffee.
“We work with farming communities in Haiti and the Dominican Republic to provide…the best coffee in the Caribbean while supporting agricultural programs in both countries,” says Hispaniola’s Best co-founder Guy Ali.
Ali was born in Haiti, and his partner and co-founder (who chooses to remain anonymous) is a veteran. The company is currently throwing the weight of its premier organic coffee behind both causes by donating 25% of its sales to the Help the Street Children Orphanage of Haiti and 15% of all sales to the USO.
“[It’s] great coffee for a great cause,” says Ali. “Our main mission is to make a positive impact in the world’s most underdeveloped countries. We support farmers and orphans by partnering with Help Street Children to help children that are affected by the earthquake in Haiti.”
What sets Hispaniola ‘s Best apart from the dozens of other coffee beans on the market is the soil in which it grew. Coffee grown throughout Central and South America grows on volcanic soil, giving it a bitter and more pungent taste than coffee grown in the limestone and granite-based soils of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The soil, coupled with a longer growing season and the no-pesticide policy of the local farmers, contributes to a richer taste from a more mature bean.
A new social media site specifically set up for connecting farms and communities was launched a few days ago.
http://www.FarmConnect.net allows farms and those interested in telling agriculture’s important stories to get their own blog, create groups and discussion forums that are either public, private(by invitation only), or hidden (only viewable to invited members).
Farms who might have been daunted by getting their own website can easily set up a group with their farm name and easily keep in touch with friends, family, and their community.