Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Soil Health Partnership (SHP) announced it is accepting proposals for partnerships and collaboration for 2019. SHP encourages any organization or individuals who have an interest in working together to submit ideas.“At the SHP, we collaborate with a diverse network of partners ranging from universities to industry and government groups to non-profits,” said Shefali Mehta, executive director of the Soil Health Partnership. “These broad partnerships enable SHP to maximize the impact of our work. This year we are making this specific call for proposals to ensure that we continue to seek out diverse partners and include a fuller range of ideas.”Applicants are required to complete the Request for Partnership form on the SHP website. The deadline for submissions is Friday, March 15, 2019.“Whether working with soil science or agronomy experts, developing a partnership in a new state as we expand our farmer network, or fueling a graduate student’s passion for soil health, SHP knows that partnerships make our work stronger and more impactful,” Mehta said. The Soil Health Partnership will review and respond to the submitted proposals by end of April.
SharePrint Related”DSOM – Minero las piedras” GC273NE GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – November 21, 2011November 21, 2011In “Community”Mumbles Lighthouse Island GC2A4TB GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – May 7, 2012May 7, 2012In “Community”Beyond Here, Lay Dragons (GCH52C) – GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – January 17, 2013January 16, 2013In “Community” A view of the fortress on Pigeon IslandPigeon Island (GCWBYC) reveals pirate lore on the Turkish shore of the Mediterranean. Geocachers cross over to Pigeon Island to discover an ancient fortress. It was used to defend against pirates in the 16th century.The difficulty 2, terrain 2.5 geocache has collected the most Favorite Points in Turkey so far. More than 470 geocachers have logged a smiley by finding the small size geocache.The cache owner, GB-Team, has some advice for avoiding muggles for those searching for the geocache. The cache page reads, “The location is not hard to find, I’ve posted some spoiler picts to help you. Search INSIDE the castle grounds. When attempting to retrieve this cache, make sure to look ALL around and check so NO ONE sees you, even the people ABOVE!”The city is a stop for many tourists from around the world, including those traveling by ship. One geocacher who logged a smiley on the cache writes, “Our ship is in port for only a few hours today so went for an easy walk over to your GZ and found it no problems. This is our first cache here in Turkey and hope to find some more when we get to Istanbul tomorrow. Retrieved the Geocoin and will take it back to Canada. Thanks for placing a cache here. And Greetings from Canada.”Cache contents with a view from Pigeon IslandContinue your exploration of some of the most engaging geocaches from around the globe. Explore all the Geocaches of the Week on the Latitude 47 blog or view the Bookmark List on Geocaching.com. If you’ d like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, send an email with your name, comments, the name of the geocache and the GC code to [email protected] with your Friends:More
Adventure! Treasure! Memories! Love Big and author Kat Kronenberg are giving away 550 CATCH-M trackables and we want you to be a part of the adventure by sharing your best “Big Smiles” photos with the trackables on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using #GeocachersLoveBig #contest. Love Big, a whimsical and beautifully illustrated children’s novel, demonstrates that together we can all be inspired to identify and pursue our dreams, no matter how big or impossible they may seem through a Powerful—SHHH—Secret. Keep CATCH-M, a character from the story, moving throughout the game and spreading the Powerful—SHHH—Secret. When you find a trackable make sure to log it, take a photo, and move it along to the next geocache.From February to April 2019, three photos with the CATCH-M trackable that best capture “big belly geocaching smiles” will be selected each month to win an autographed 1st Edition of Love Big. Those winners will also be entered to win the Grand Prize Author’s Visit and three additional autographed 1st Editions of Love Big. Request a free trackable at www.geocaching.com/dreambig.To order Love Big visit www.katkronenberg.com or Amazon. ABBREVIATED RULES (Abbreviated rules should be clearly and conspicuously displayed in marketing materials for the contest and along with any calls to action for contest entry.) No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C. who are age 18 or older and of the legal age of majority. Contest period begins at 8:00 a.m. CT on 2/1/19 and ends at 11:59 p.m. CT on 5/5/19. The Contest consists of three separate entry periods. For full Official Rules and entry information, visit www.geocaching.com/dreambig. Sponsored by author Kathryn Kronenberg, Austin, TX. This Contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. This contest is in no way sponsored or administered by Groundspeak, Inc. DBA Geocaching.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedAuthor, dreamer, geocacher — Interview with Kat KronenbergMarch 21, 2019In “Community”Inside Geocaching HQ Podcast Transcript (Episode 11): The Magic of trackable promotionsMay 10, 2018Similar postInside Geocaching HQ Podcast Transcript (Episode 20): Love Big Trackable promotionFebruary 13, 2019In “Community”
New Delhi, Dec 16 (PTI) A five-day fencing camp, conducted by the Embassy of France in association with the Fencing Association of India (FAI), concluded here today.In the event, two French fencing masters-at-arms, Olivier Lambert and Jean-Bernard Duchateau, demonstrated the art of fencing to the general public, which was followed by a competition among 25 amateur Indian fencers. “We are very excited to be in India and teach the art of fencing to some of the budding fencers in the city, Fencing is a sport which needs immense concentration and years of practise. “We would like to thank Bonjour India for crafting this wonderful program that celebrates the sport of fencing and develops multiple links between fencing athletes and practitioners from both countries,? said Lambert and Duchateau in a joint release. PTI BS BS
Heaton backtracks on Burnley futureby Ansser Sadiq10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTom Heaton has played down speculation of leaving Burnley.The 32-year-old goalkeeper was previously adamant about his desire to leave, as he was not getting regular game-time.But a start against West Ham, which was his first in the league, has eased his mind. Heaton kept a clean sheet as his team notched a 2-0 win at home.”I never wanted to leave the football club, it’s just the fact that I wasn’t playing that I would have had to,” said the goalkeeper after the game.”But after being back playing today it’s the last thing on my mind to be honest.”At 32 I don’t really have much time to waste. Not for one minute did I want to go anywhere but sometimes it has got to be looked at.”That probably changes now. It’s great to be back out there and I can’t tell you how pleased I am to be back out on the pitch and pull on that shirt again.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Bournomouth boss Eddie Howe: Burnley spell important for meby Paul Vegas12 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBournomouth boss Eddie Howe says he has no regrets over his time with Burnley.Howe remains thankful for his time with the Clarets.“For my development, for my experiences. I don’t think I would be sat here in the Premier League if I hadn’t experienced what I had at Burnley,” he told the Daily Echo.“I think it did me the world of good personally. In some respects, it feels like a continuous journey from the first spell (at Cherries) through – but the spell at Burnley was so important for me.“That feels like quite a short spell away now during the two times at Bournemouth put together.”
Sixty-five-year-old crime and thriller author James Patterson has sold more novels than Stephen King, John Grisham and Dan Brown combined by creating unforgettable characters like psychologist Alex Cross, NYPD detective Michael Bennett and homicide inspector Lindsey Boxer.Now, Patterson is teaming up with the National Kidney Foundation and global charity auction site Charitybuzz.com to auction the chance for one lucky bidder to have a character named after them, or someone they choose, in an upcoming book. Villain, hero or victim – the choice is Patterson’s, and the winner will have to read the book to find out!Bidding is open today through Monday, February 11th, at charitybuzz.com/catalog_items/334730. Closing just in time for Valentine’s Day, this Patterson-fan-dream-gift is valued at $15,000. Bidding is currently at $6,010.Patterson has written 107 books, sold more than 275 million copies and boasts 83 bestsellers, a Guinness World Record.Proceeds of the auction benefit the National Kidney Foundation, the leading health organization dedicated to fighting kidney disease. Currently, 73 million people in the United States are at risk for developing Chronic Kidney Disease, the 9th leading cause of death in the U.S. NKF is dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease for hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals, millions of patients and tens of millions of Americans at risk.