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  1. Thank you for intriguing your fans, making us see the good in nature.

    I must have missed this – your photography of native plants that purify surrounding water. Plans such as Watercress, and Cattails. There us another such plant that I cannot recall the name of.

    Years ago, we toured an Arizona facility called Biosphere II, I believe. This may not be the proper name. It was a self sustaining, completely enclosed sphere, the interior of which managed to allow volunteer scientists to independently sustain themselves with no outside support of any kind. To manage this, all potable water was created and managed, to include recycling human waste and the purification of that water was made possible by the use of these plants. Plants for food resulted via a hydro-agriculture process.

    Please excuse my less than perfect description.

    An Example: I have been saddened to realize proper education of our society concerning the value of these plants. There is a small pond on the north side of Trebine Road, in Beavercreek. It is adjacent to a mobile home that has been parked there for many years. A couple of years back, a section of Cattails was removed and this resulted in the expansion of alga growth that now chokes the pond. I may be incorrect, but, I associated the plant with the resulting degradation of the ponds water quality.

  2. A great series! Felix Pascha! Joe Barrish,SM

    On Sun, Apr 23, 2017 at 7:40 AM, Moseying Through My Eighties wrote:

    > paaron1 posted: “Small spiders spinning To capture other small things Just > part of spring time! ” >

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