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How to Save Money on Wedding Flowers

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November 3, 2011
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Flowers are one of the most important, and most expensive, elements of a traditional wedding. But there are ways to save money and still have a beautiful wedding. Here are tips from Marcy Blum, wedding and event planner and author of Wedding Planning For Dummies.


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Fight to Save Tasmanian Devil Goes Global

Fight to Save Tasmanian Devil Goes Global

Reuters (July 7, 2013) — A pilot program placing 20 endangered Tasmanian devils in selected zoos around the world is about to be launched as part of an effort to save the species from extinction. A virulent facial cancer has decimated devil populations in the wild and it's hoped that by exposing the animals to a global audience, money can be raised to help pay for ongoing vaccine research.
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Denver Zoo Using the Power of Poo

Denver Zoo Using the Power of Poo

Buzz60 (Mar. 23, 2012) — It's only a prototype now but the Denver Zoo is using animal poop and trash to power an electric rickshaw. The plan is to test the fuel's efficacy to eventually power an entire elephant pavalion. It's all part of a green experiment that will save money.
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The Battle for the Bees: Are Germany's Bees a Dying Breed?

The Battle for the Bees: Are Germany's Bees a Dying Breed?

Deutsche Welle (May 16, 2013) — Bees supply us with honey and pollinate flowers. But more and more of them are dying off. Diseases, mold, and mildew -- but also insecticides -- are being blamed for their demise. Now the politicians want to ban a few pesticides entirely, to the anger of the chemicals industry and some farmers.
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Plant Lovers Leery of Early Spring Blooms

Plant Lovers Leery of Early Spring Blooms

AFP (Mar. 15, 2012) — With the US coming out of the fourth warmest winter on record, gardens across the Northeast are seeing some flowers bloom four weeks ahead of schedule. But while an early spring may lift the spirits of some, others, like apple growers are concerned with the fallout the sudden changes in weather brought on by global warming.
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