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JoElle Martin's Bridge in the Forest (Dreamer's Forest, #1)
Time and again she has a fantasy that she is a faerie, and a collar in a gift case won't fall off her throat. As Lily is planning a journey to the campsite, her older neighbour, Mrs. Rose Beth, gives Lily a Cryptic plea to find a certain bridge and look over the side on the full moons dark and keep looking into the sea until a door opens.
Time and again she dreams of being a faerie, and a collar in a gift case won't fall off her throat. As Lily is planning a journey to the campsite, her older neighbour, Mrs. Rose Beth, gives Lily a Cryptic plea to find a certain bridge and look over the side on the full moons dark and keep looking into the sea until a door opens.
As Lily walks through the door, she ends up in another realm full of faeries, elfs and totally different customs. As she finds some strange boyfriends in this new realm, they ask for her help to solve a mystery about the missing of one of the company's fiancées over 100 years ago that seems to have something to do with Lily.
Is Lily gonna find a way back home? Reader who like romanticism, phantasy, action and fairytales will love to read A BRIDGE IN THE FOREST and will want the second volume of the show as soon as they are finished.
Mayan biosphere reserve in the north of Guatemala. Uaxactún's forest, shown in pink, has the same area as NYC?s five municipalities together. It is imperative to give high priority to woodland to avoid its transformation into grazing and arable land and to create viable economic, social and environmental practices.
The forest will become a place of escape globally, guarded by tens of millions of international donors, researchers and simple folk around the globe. Uaxactún municipality currently preserves approximately 200,000 hectares of tropical forest - an area the size of all five New York City counties put together. This 200,000 hectare is located in the huge Maya Biosphere Reserve, a sanctuary of approximately 6 million hectares (larger than the state of New Jersey).
Uaxactún municipality and several other municipalities living in the forest have a long-term arrangement with the Guatemalan government: For as long as the forest is protected by the forest management body, the forest management body must ensure that the right to use the forest sustainably is respected. Within this'Community licensing system', the Uaxactúners are harvesting a wide range of forest produce, such as fruit, medicinal herbs, ornamentals and witch-grass.
In addition, the Fellowship may collect small quantities of wood under the close supervision of the Guatemalan authorities, environment organisations such as the Wildlife Conservation Society and a forest stewardship council. As part of its long-term farming plans, the municipality collects wood each year from a different part of its 200,000 hectare site using small tools and planting thousand of deciduous and replanted tree species in glades and along streets.
In turn, these possibilities have given the EU a long-term interest in the protection of forests. Joint vigilantes are working to protect the forest from the many dangers in the Maya Biosphere Reserve, including wild fires, illegally logged timber, wild life shooting, hunts and, in recent years, livestock farming associated with global narcotics dealers.
Uaxactún's procurement would enable New York City to help this municipality in its proud forest preservation heritage, while at the same time procuring the long-lived, attractive and sustainable wood that will soon be needed instead of the Brooklyn Bridge Promenade. Funding collected through sponsoring would give the fellowship and its protective counterparts the necessary resource to conserve the forest for years to come.