Spring 2012 edition of Envirotalk courtesy of the Department of Environmental Protection.

In this issue –

• Curator of the Bermuda Natural History Museum, Dr. Robbie Smith, talks about our shifting shore line and the exciting discovery at Jobson’s Cove.
• Mica Murray-Caines, offers some details on the Agricultural Exhibition which will take place this coming April.
• Community gardens are taking shape on Bermuda’s city limits, Greenrock’s Heathly Harvest Director, Omari Dill talks about this ongoing project.
• The BIOS Bermuda Air Quality Programme is detailed by Associate Scientist and Programme Manager, Andrew Peters.
• Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes! Farmer Carlos Amaral offers upsome growing tips on this luscious red fruit.
• See the Spring planting calendar to get a head on what to plant this spring.

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