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AN ECOSYSTEM IN A BOTTLE — Rachel Ignotofsky Design

This is part of my Tiny Terrarium series. This a part of my illustration series exploring the earth’s ecosystems. This little terrarium is teaming with the ecosystem of the rainforest. A great way to learn how animals interact with each other and.

honey bees www.myrootawakening.com

Personal: the dwindling bee population is very important to me. Honeybees are becoming endangered, and they are responsible for about one out of three bites of food we eat. I think it would be awesome if we could even plant these on auburns campus.

Personal Life: I chose this pin, because this info-graphic is very informative on what should be put in the compost pile versus what harms the environment.  It is important to take note of harmful items that will not decompose. I know I am often times guilty of throwing bones or feces in the compost pile no thinking it will hurt anything. A little bit of thought can go a long way.

A good reminder for materials that you use in your life, that are able to be composted and don't damage the environment.Zero Waste Nerd: Can I Compost That?

Join us for fun and informative workshops on how to make your garden bee friendly!

Join us for fun and informative workshops on how to make your garden bee friendly!

Beginners Guide To Keeping Bees

Beginner's Guide To Keeping Bees

Bee Aware!

Bee Aware!

Need Fresh Air? Get Indoor Plants Infographic

English ivy-removes allergens Gerber daisies-air purifier at night Peace lily-helps remove mold spores as long as dust doesn't collect on it

One way to increase pollinator populations is to incorporate suitable habitats into our urban gardens, be it planting butterfly-friendly species like milkweed or, as German, Eindhoven-based designer Benjamin Spöth has done, installing some kind of habitable framework like his Pollinators' Paradise.

Adaptable Modular Garden Fence Doubles as Pollinators' Habitat

Clever and Unique way to attract pollinators (bees, birds, butterflies) into your garden. Adaptable Modular Garden Fence Doubles as Pollinators' Habitat : TreeHugger

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