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How to write a conclusion for an essay

Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

How to write a conclusion for an essay Writing an essay is an easy task if you will just focus and pay attention to every detail. The problem nowadays with the writers is the longer their essay gets they lose interest in writing. Some essays are interesting for the first few paragraphs, but the longer it gets the more you can feel how rushed the writer is. When this happens, the conclusion is neglected and the essence of the essay becomes trash. The technique in writing a good and effective essay is to first give a brief summary of the whole essay. This way you will remember the main point of your essay and you will connect every sub-topic to the main topic again. The...

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How to write a scholarship essay

Posted by on Apr 16, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

How to write a scholarship essay Students who want to study abroad are the people who mostly need this essay. A scholarship essay is a written output usually attached to the application of students who are applying for scholarships abroad. The essay contains the reason of the student for sending their application, their personal information and reasons why they should be accepted in the scholar program of their desired school. An effective scholarship essay includes all your achievements as a student or as an individual. You have to impress the administrators of the school that you deserve the scholarship that they are offering. A scholarship essay will be the key to...

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2014 Interns!

Posted by on Apr 28, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

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another day, another obstacle

Posted by on Jul 4, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

To add to the raging fire that cut us off from three of our plots last week, we now have to face town-wide water restrictions for at least 30 days. If after 30 days the lakes haven’t filled up again, we’ll be rationed 5 gallons per household (ours will have seven thirsty, muddy rascals). This also means some very dry plots but we’re devising some genius ways round this.   So to vent our frustrations we went to an anti-fracking rally. Chants of, ‘hey ho, no frackiing Huerfano’, and my personal fave, ‘noooooo fracking’, rang around the streets of Walsenburg. To all those passerbys who shook their heads or even one who flipped...

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Farming, Friends, and Fire

Posted by on Jul 3, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Happy July ya’ll! Never a dull day in La Veta. Last week lightning sparked a fire up by the East Peak, which would soon spread to over 13,000 acres and bring close to 800 fire-fighters and National Guardsmen to our small town. We are happy to say that the fire is now contained, and our friends up in the Wahatoya Valley are no longer under threat. I think I speak for everyone when I say that seeing Mother Nature’s unbiased and merciless destruction firsthand was a very humbling experience. As for us, the show must go on because…well…people gotta eat. These past two weeks have been crunch time as far as getting all of our plants into the ground, so...

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Thank you Ryus Ave Bakery.

Posted by on Jun 19, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Thank you for all of the bread you gave us last night, we will be enjoying it, We are so lucky to have the best neighbors ever.

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