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World Food Day - October 16 By Robert Alan
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More than 65 reproducible handouts for World Food Day - October 16, featuring portraits by Robert Alan. We can end world hunger!
World Food Day - October 16 By Robert Alan
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More than 65 reproducible handouts for World Food Day - October 16, featuring portraits by Robert Alan. We can end world hunger!
We Serve Food: Interestingideas.com By William Swislow
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Interestingideas.com 2017 roadside art calendar: 'WE' SERVE! FOOD
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Coffee of The Good Year. One Year , we can make our life to better.
My Calendar By Mardi Michels
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A year of sweet treats by Mardi Michels, founder of www.eatlivetravelwrite.com
County Fair Calendar #1 By Frederick Meekins
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Most Americans are blessed to the extent that they are not regularly required to give much thought as to where their food comes from. County Fairs provide the opportunity to engage in the reflection... More > of this in a setting that is both enjoyable and relaxing. It is hoped that these photos will increase gratitude for God’s marvelous creation.< Less
Perpetual Happiness Calendar By Chris Croft
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365 pages and each day has something you can do to make yourself happier. Each daily tip is something small but practical, and they'll all up and make a real difference to the amount of happiness in... More > your life. Can be used again and again every year, for ever. Some examples of the daily tips in the book are: • Focus on the food you eat today • Go to bed one hour earlier today • Do some exercise today • Throw away some junk today • Go for a walk in the great outdoors today • Observe and savour sound today • Do some gardening today • Do someone else’s chore for them • Spend a bit more time than usual with your children or relatives today • View some art today • What are you putting off • Cook something today • Contact your most neglected relative • Chocolate! • Say yes to something a bit more risky than usual today • Empty your inbox • Practice not letting anything irritate you all day • … and these are only 17 of 365 ideas!< Less
Archana Bhat Photography 2017 Calendar By Archana Bhat
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Archana Bhat is a nature and landscape photographer in the Northwest selling calendars to promote her love of the Northwest as well as fundraise for NW non-profits like Solid Ground. If you buy a... More > calendar a portion of my profits will be donated to help Solid Ground's food program.< Less
Edible Landscaping 2017 Calendar Desert Southwest & Deep South By Catherine Crowley
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This ebook is a PDF of the Calendar for 2017, 22830750. Also included at the end is Catherine's tips on pairing herbs and spices with foods. If you live in USDA Zone 9b or higher - this... More > month-by-month planting calendar is for you. The Desert Southwest and Deep South are blessed with sunny days with little or no frost, allowing for year-round growing of all things edible. It is about paying attention to not only heat, but soil temperatures and daylight hours. Grow vegetables, fruits, herbs and edible flowers with information on when to plant for optimal success, planting tips and maintance guidance. YOU can garden 365 days a year, harvesting great food from your own backyard.< Less
Edible Landscaping 2017 Calendar Desert Southwest & Deep South By Catherine Crowley
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The Desert Southwest (Phoenix, Arizona Valley of the Sun) is blessed with 300+ sunny days in a climate similar to the Mediterranean part of the world. We can grow vegetables, herbs, fruits and... More > edible flowers year-round here. Paying attention to not only heat, but soil temperatures and daylight hours, helps the beginning gardener. If you live in USDA Zone 9b (Deep South) or above, or Sunset Magazine Zone 13 -- this calendar will work for you too! Most of the best success is attributed to understanding when to plant for the variety. Tomatoes and Basil (as an example) are warm weather crops, which like their soil warm, whereas kale, lettuces and roots are cool weather crops, which like their feet cool. With this month-by-month planting guide and tips YOU can garden 365 days a year, harvesting great tasting and nutritious food from your own backyard.< Less