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Turfgrass Forums:: Discussion of lawn and turf questions.

UBC Group:: Manufacturer and distributor of dispensing equipment and promotional products, including glycol chillers, flash chillers, dispensing towers, tap handles, steins, illuminated signs, furniture. [English/Russian]

Earth Forums:: Discussions about environmental issues, efficient living ideas, alternative energy, and more.

UBC Fisheries Centre:: Restoring fisheries, conserving aquatic life, rebuilding ecosystems: Researching the Options. Our planet's fisheries have reached their ecological limits. As benefits from fisheries decrease, pressure grows to develop other sources of revenue, not necessarily compatible with ecosystem health. Policy and planning for ecosystem-based management must then be informed by knowledge of the interplay of human, biotic and environmental factors that affec

Forums of the Virtual Beekeeping Gallery (Apiservices):: Several forums (multi-lingual) dealing with different aspects of beekeeping and bees.

Wood Science at the UBC Faculty of Forestry:: The Department of Wood Science was formed in 1982 as one of the three departments including Forest Science and Forest Resource Management that comprise the Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia. The Department offers both undergraduate and graduate programs leading to B.Sc., and M.Sc., M.A.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees, respectively. The undergraduate program includes advanced wood products processing, industrial processing technology

Qi Botanical Tea (Canada) Ltd.:: Over 250 loose teas, custom blends, teabags, iced tea, chai, ginseng. Importer and blender of green, black, herbal and fruit tisanes.

National Botanical Research Institute:: Detailing functions, achievements and research conducted on at NBRI, Lucknow, India.

Belle Isle Botanical Society:: A nonprofit organization created to restore the Whitcomb Conservatory gardens on Belle Isle.

Mark Richardson - Botanical Consultant:: Since finishing my science degree in 1976, I have been working with plants. I have been a horticulturist, a researcher, the curator of world renowned botanic gardens, the director of an international conservation program and now a botanical consultant. My work has involved an extremely broad range of botanical activities and I have developed a large number of valuable contacts.

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