Focused on the very important environmental issue of noxious exotic species from around the world invading, degrading and destroying native ecosystems, habitats and the environment in general. Our submission content consists of news, educational resources, discussion and photos of field sightings. The goal of the sub is to better inform and educate our subscribers on the critical topic of invasive species.
Permaculture (Permanent-Culture): A practical design philosophy intended to help us live and prosper in an environment, while working with nature in a positive way, using solutions based on careful observation of natural ecosystems and common sense. This can include food and energy production, shelter, resource management, nature conservation and community living. You can find our wiki here https://www.reddit.com/r/Permaculture/wiki/index
Trees. No, actual trees. The tall, green things outside. This subreddit is for tree- and forestry-related posts. Here are the types of submissions that belong here: * Trivia on your favorite specie * Photo of a particularly good-looking pine * News story on a parasite outbreak * Video of your mad tree-climbing skills * Question for the arborist hivemind * Praise for a rainforest conservation group All submissions which look like they belong in [r/trees](/r/trees) will be deleted.
* Share your fascinating links about nature * Discuss endangered parts of nature * Contribute news about the wonders of nature * Meet other nature enthusiasts * Enjoy our functional design including * user flair * links to many related subreddits in the header menu * links to reddit specific information in the header menu
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