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How are Poverty and Food Insecurity Related
Food and Beyond Nature & The Outdoors

How are Poverty and Food Insecurity Related

As citizens of a developed country like Canada, many of us live with easy access to food. We go to our local grocery store and purchase the quantities that we need, without any difficulties. This freedom of quantity and variety that grocery stores have helps us ensure we have enough food for our nutritional needs.
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The Importance of The Sun
Climate and Environment Nature & The Outdoors Uncategorised

The Importance of The Sun

The most important star in the solar system is the sun! Without it, there would be no life on Earth. Not only does the sun allow our existence but it also determines a lot about our daily lives and the planet like the seasons and temperatures changing and the circadian rhythm and sleep pattern we follow. The sun heats the Earth’s atmosphere for it to maintain an average habitable temperature of 14-15 degrees Celsius. Without the sun, the benefits of sunlight would not be available and above all, it would be far too cold to live on our planet.
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World’s Rarest Plant’s
Gardens and Farms Nature & The Outdoors Uncategorised

World’s Rarest Plant’s

We see all sorts of beautiful, colorful flowers around us, our gardens, parks, schools, neighborhoods, and markets. Common flowers we see a lot of the time are roses, daisies, dandelions, or tulips. But do you ever wonder or think about how many rare plants there would be in this world that you haven’t ever seen. So, in this blog, we’ll be sharing some of the world's rarest flowers that ever existed. 
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What Are Peaches?
Food and Beyond Gardens and Farms Uncategorised

What Are Peaches?

Peaches are an extremely versatile fruit. They can be eaten raw or cooked, baked or griddled, and still keep their juicy, sweet nature. These fruits grow on peach trees (Prunus persica), a fruit tree that is part of the rose family. They grow in mild climates, as they need both cold winters and warm weather to grow.
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10 Ways to Use Food Scraps
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10 Ways to Use Food Scraps

Everyone’s familiar with the feeling of emptying out the compost bin under the sink. It smells, it’s wet, and it’s such a pain to throw out. However, there exist some clever ways that allow you to avoid this smelly situation. You might be hanging on to some onion skins, or carrot ends; whatever the case, let’s take a look at 10 creative ways that can give a new life to old kitchen scraps!
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