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GMOChalk

One Small Thing – Understanding GMOS and hybrids

I worked in my family’s nursery for many years, so early on I understood the science of hybridization.  People are very particular with their tomatoes. Some want the big ones, some want to spread out their crops over a season, some come for the funky heirloom* varieties. I learned early on the science of hybridization, […]

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GIS Day and Geography Awareness Week

Next week is Geography Awareness Week. Next Wednesday is GIS Day. If you haven’t been following along for a while here on the blog, I am a current Geographic Information Systems students finishing up my certification at a local community college. The MOST basic way to explain GIS is displaying information visually via a map, […]