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PaganNewsBeagle Earthy Thursday Sept 25

For our Earthy Thursday feed today, we have five stories (and one lovely photo) about Gaia, our lovely planet and Earth goddess. A double rainbow; a deadly garden; rooftop gardening; butterfly conservation; climate change evolution; and small farm families.

Had to share this great double rainbow photo from a sacred place of polytheist interest.

A tour of the world's most deadly (and very beautiful) garden in this story from Smithsonian.

A very different sort of garden -- on a rooftop in Brooklyn -- is featured in this story. (Several other stories on uban gardens are linked to it, too!)

Monarch butterflies are at the heart of this continent-wide conservation effort.

Gaia may have a few tricks up her sleeve: meet the species that can out-evolve climate change.

This charming story about the unusual family that shares a small farm is sure to bring a smile.

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