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  • It’s Time to Bring Back Victory Gardens

    It’s Time to Bring Back Victory Gardens0

    Table of Contents[Hide][Show] During World War I and World War II, many countries encouraged their citizens to grow gardens, often called “Victory Gardens.” This relieved some of the burden on the public food supply and was marketed as a way to help the war efforts. In fact, some sources report that 41% of the food

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  • Kew Gardens plans to digitise and release Darwin’s data

    Kew Gardens plans to digitise and release Darwin’s data0

    Ian McKetty, Kew Gardens CIO Kew Gardens is planning to implement an integrated collections management system to unify its disparate databases and make their data available to the world. Whilst most think of the sculpted gardens when they think of Kew, and as a plot of land which is home to over 30,000 trees that’s

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