Month: August 2020

Latest Protests Lead to Store Closures, Sit Outs – WWD

[ad_1] Brands and retailers continue to show solidarity with the continuing protests over police brutality in the U.S. Nike, New Balance, Kith, Unknwn, Aimé Leon Dore and more issued statements in support of those protesting the shooting of the latest victim, Jacob Blake, in Kenosha, Wisc.; converted their stores into voter registration locations, or delayed …

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Power Plant Lakes in Texas

[ad_1] Winter time in the Lake Texoma area normally drops our lake’s water temperature into the forties and it also positions fish on deep water structure. While some days can be highlighted with good numbers and size of smallmouth, largemouth or striper, many are sluggish. For those anglers looking to remedy the slower action during …

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A Mentorship Effort to Address Barriers for Black Talent – WWD

[ad_1] Institutional barriers that result in systemic inequality can seem vast and abstract.  But RAISEfashion, a new mentorship initiative launching Thursday, wants to start with concrete steps: Connecting Black creatives and Black-owned brands with a network of industry insiders who can draw on their expertise and connections to advise them as they navigate the industry.    …

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Aronia Planting Guide Part III – Planting Methods, When to Plant, Plant Spacing and Row Spacing

[ad_1] Planting ideas With poor soils it is recommended to prepare planting holes for each plant by adding composted manure, composed leaves, peat moss, pine bark fines or other compost into the planting hole. When planting gently remove the plant from its container, keeping the root ball intact. Then carefully loosen the roots in the …

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