Playlist del programa 17 del dia 20-01-2011

Al programa 17 hem gaudit de l’acústic del Grup Caliu on ens han tocat dues cançons i també els hem entrevistat per parlar d’ells i sel seu disc que estan a punt de treure. També ha sonat aquesta música:

Els Catarres – Men vaig al camp
Mazoni – Apocalipsi now
Caliu – Imatges (Acústic Fórmula.CAT)
Entrevista Caliu
Caliu – Tot és Començar (Acústic Fórmula.CAT)
Cançó Freak: Tu casat i jo pelat (Flaix)
Raydibaum – Maleeixo el temps
Teràpia de Shock – 20 minuts d’espera
Txarango – Vola
El Petit De Cal Eril – Mandolines tralarí
SanJosex-viva! – De girona al Japó
Sopa de Cabra – Cada minut

40 pensaments a “Playlist del programa 17 del dia 20-01-2011

  1. FrankBor Autor de l'entrada

    Members of The Westport Garden Club (WGC) took advantage of a beautiful fall day to participate in seed gathering at Jerry Smith Park, the largest remaining tract of remnant prairie on the Missouri side of Kansas City. The day’s bounty included seeds from American Germander, Little Bluestem, Rattlesnake Master, and more. Jerry Smith Prairie Park is a remnant of an original American landscape – tallgrass prairie. At least fifteen million acres of Missouri, covering more than a third of the state, were prairie at the time of European settlement. Bison, elk, greater prairie-chickens, and many other animals roamed across these grasslands. With abundant wildlife and up to 800 different kinds of grasses, wildflowers, and other plants, prairie is one of the most biologically rich ecosystems on Earth. https://www.gcamerica.org/ The seed collection effort is part of the WGC’s Partner for Plants (P4P) program, a collaboration that began in 2009 when the club partnered with Kansas City Wildlands (a partnership between the Missouri Department of Conservation and the Kansas City Department of Parks & Recreation) to help fund spot spraying of invasive Sericea lespedeza and eradication of bush honeysuckle. In 2016, P4P grant money helped fund a species study by Justin Thomas from The Institute of Botanical Training. More recently, grant money has been used to fund Kansas City Wildlands program coordinator and seed tech, Jacob Canyon, who along with volunteers, collects, identifies, and documents the important seeds. As of March 2020, more than 1,500 volunteer hours had been logged, and more than 159 native, local genotype species have been collected, including eight high conservation value species.

  2. FrankBor Autor de l'entrada

    In 2011, the garden property was sold to a private individual, but the garden’s legacy continues through the Rae Selling Berry Seed Bank & Plant Conservation Program. “Without the support of The Portland Garden Club members, such as Happy Hieronimus, the Seed Bank would not have been so successful through the years in achieving its mission of conserving the genetic resources of Oregon’s native plants for current and future generations,” said acting director Kris Freitag. Since its founding in 1934, ninety Founders Fund winners and runners-up have received more than $1.5 million to save thousands of acres of land and innumerable trees, to restore historic landmarks, to establish civic plantings, and to conduct research and educational projects across the country. While the amount of the award may have changed from the original award of $700 to $30,000, the intent remains the same. https://www.gcamerica.org/ One hundred Texas native seedlings, grown by The Garden Club of Houston (GCH) for its seventy-eighth annual Bulb & Plant Mart fundraiser, were donated to the George and Barbara Bush Presidential Grove after the fall fundraiser was restricted to online sales of bulbs due to COVID-19. GCH members enthusiastically planted their seedlings, plus another 500 native shrubs and wetland plants, aiding the park’s transition to native species. The Bush Grove is located along the Seymour Lieberman exercise trail where the late Mrs. Bush, who was an active GCH member, often exercised with President Bush and the family dogs.

  3. FrankBor Autor de l'entrada

    Large numbers of volunteers have shown up to help clean up the property, and the arboretum was able to have a partial reopening seven weeks after the storm, though the woodland trails are still closed. As with most nature centers this year, the Iowa Arboretum has been especially important as a refuge for social distancing, and with the help of the GCA’s grant, the organization will be able to move forward with replanting. The GCA established the Restoration Initiative in 2017 in response to the urgent needs caused by catastrophic storms, hurricanes, floods, fires, and mudslides to assist member clubs involved in public landscape restoration and conservation projects. Eleven grants, totaling $110,000, have been awarded to clubs in California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee, and Texas. https://www.gcamerica.org/ Members of The Westport Garden Club (WGC) took advantage of a beautiful fall day to participate in seed gathering at Jerry Smith Park, the largest remaining tract of remnant prairie on the Missouri side of Kansas City. The day’s bounty included seeds from American Germander, Little Bluestem, Rattlesnake Master, and more. Jerry Smith Prairie Park is a remnant of an original American landscape – tallgrass prairie. At least fifteen million acres of Missouri, covering more than a third of the state, were prairie at the time of European settlement. Bison, elk, greater prairie-chickens, and many other animals roamed across these grasslands. With abundant wildlife and up to 800 different kinds of grasses, wildflowers, and other plants, prairie is one of the most biologically rich ecosystems on Earth.

  4. FrankBor Autor de l'entrada

    The Garden Club of Allegheny County (GCAC), is “Talking Trash” to Pittsburgh, PA organizations that have the power to solve the problems caused by the profusion of consumables that pollute land and water. In partnership with Allegheny CleanWays (AC) , eighteen members of GCAC sorted, measured, and catalogued some 6,900 pounds of trash collected from several riverfront and illegal dumpsites. Allegheny CleanWays is using the audit findings to educate the public, and to put pressure on companies, government entities, and NGO’s to make positive environmental changes. In addition, GCAC backed-up its labor with a $10,000 grant to Allegheny CleanWays. https://www.gcamerica.org/ In a parking lot on a crisp fall day, GCAC volunteers hand-sorted the contents of a dumpster and dozens of trash bags of paper, food wrapping, textiles, furniture scraps, and other discarded items—more than 11,000 separate pieces of trash—much of it rusty, sharp, or toxic. AC staff then weighed and analyzed the trash. This audit was the first of its kind in the Pittsburgh area. Garden Club of Allegheny County members will continue to be active with Trash Audit and other conservation programs in its community. As the GCAC project leader says: “As challenging as the trash audit was, now being able to talk specifics about the trash was worth the effort!”

  5. FrankBor Autor de l'entrada

    Not surprisingly, single-use plastics (bottles, straws, cups, and other fast-food debris), represented two-thirds of the items collected. Looking specifically at the riverfronts, single-use plastics represented ninety percent of the total. Perhaps even more disturbing than the trash is the widespread infiltration of the plastic particles into soil and water. Allegheny CleanWays is adding the Pittsburgh findings into international databases to support global plastic minimization. Locally, AC is involved in educational and public relations programs and supports the implementation of projects such as storm drain “gratekeepers” and in-river trash collection devices. https://www.gcamerica.org/ In 2020, wildfires destroyed 86,000 acres on the San Francisco Peninsula, including Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California’s oldest state park. The highlight of this 18,000 acre preserve is the 4,300 acre grove of old-growth redwoods—by far the largest remaining continuous stand of Coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) in existence south of San Francisco. The fires burned through ninety-seven percent of the park, destroying trees, shrubs, undergrowth, wildlife, trails, bridges, and the park’s historic 102-year-old lodge, which had served as a welcome center for thousands of visitors every year. In an effort to help reopen the park, The Garden Club of America has awarded a $10,000 Restoration Initiative grant to Woodside-Atherton Garden Club. Partnering with Save The Redwoods League, the club will use grant funds in conjunction with the current renovation of the Rancho Del Oso Nature and History Center. The welcome center will serve as the only entrance into the old growth forest.

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