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Hemp Hearts Soft Hemp Seeds


Hemp Hearts Soft Hemp Seeds



Hemp Hearts are Nature's Power Food. These are seeds with the husks removed. Two ounces of hemp seed without the shell contain 314 calories of energy from 20 grams of protein, 23 grams of unsaturated fats consisting of Omegas 3, 6 & 9, 3 grams saturated fat, 6 grams carbohydrate and 3.3 grams of fiber. There is also 2.6 mg iron, 40 mg calcium, 5 mg sodium, 5 mg vitamin E, .5 mg vitamin C and 1200 I.U. vitamin D as well as B2, B6, B1, vitamin A, potassium and phosphorous. This is a vegan source of omegas with more protein than meat or eggs. Hemp Hearts are eaten like granola and are great for a power boost or losing weight. With a nutritional profile like this you barely need to eat anything else. 1 lb jar










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Katse Dam




Katse Dam





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The key to the Lesotho Highlands Water Project is the breathtaking Katse Dam which has recently (1997) been completed in the Malibamatso Valley just below the Bokong River confluence.
The Katse Dam is a major international undertaking and is now the highest dam in Africa with a height of 185m. The dam was designed by a consortium of South African and overseas consultants and the construction contract was awarded to Highlands Water Venture, a consortium of Italian, French, South African, German and British contractors on 14 December 1990. The dam forms part of the first phase of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) and is usually referred to as Phase 1A of the LHWP. It forms the main collecting storage in Lesotho from which all transfers to South Africa will be made through approximately 80 km of concrete lined tunnels.
The reservoir formed by the Katse Dam is very narrow, winding and deep with a surface area at full supply level of only 35.8 km2. The relatively small surface area together with the low evaporation rate at the dam result in very low evaporation losses from the reservoir water surface - approximately 10% of the evaporation experienced at Vaal Dam for the same storage.
The intake tower is located approximately 18km north of Katse Dam and has been designed to accommodate 70 m3/s which was the maximum transfer originally envisaged for full implementation of the LHWP. The intake tower is 23m in diameter and 98m high to accommodate the large range in reservoir storage elevation as well as to facilitate the draw-off at four distinct lake levels. This will enable the quality of the transferred water to be controlled at all times. Due to the position and design of the intake tower, there is a certain volume of water in the reservoir that cannot be accessed via the transfer tunnels. This dead storage is approximately 430 million m3 with the result that the effective live storage behind Katse Dam is reduced from the total storage capacity of 1 950 million m3 to 1520 million m3.
The Katse Dam is a double curvature concrete arch dam with a crest length of 710m and contains 2.3 million m3 of concrete. The catchment area of the dam is 1867 km2 and the natural Mean Annual Runoff (MAR) is approximately 560 million m3/a - the Katse reservoir therefore has a live storage of approximately 3 MAR. The overflow crest spillway comprises 10 ungated bays each 16m wide. The jet from the spillway will be dispersed before dropping into a plunge pool created by a 17m high tailwater dam.
KATSE DAM
Katse Dam Wall
Type of dam : Double curvature concrete arch
Height above foundation : 185 m
Crest length : 710 m
Thickness of dam wall : 60 m at base and 9 m at crest
Spillway length : 150 m
Volume of concrete in wall : 2.32 million m3
Maximum capacity of spillway : 6 250 m3/s
Dead weight of dam wall : 5.5 million tonnes
Katse Reservoir
Total capacity : 1 950 million m3
Active storage : 1 519 million m3
Surface area at full capacity : 36 km2
Full supply level (ASL) : 2 053 m
Minimum operating level : 1 989 m
Mean annual precipitation at the dam : 750 mm
Mean annual lake evaporation at the dam : 1 160 mm
Katse Dam Catchment
Catchment area : 1 869 km2
Mean annual runoff : 560 million m3


Katse Botanical Garden
The Katse Botanical Garden has its origins in the building of the Katse Dam, part of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project. A botanical garden was not initially planned for the area, but following the plant rescue mission in 1995 and 1996 before the inundation of the Katse reservoir, the garden was created to accommodate the rescued plants.
With the increasing loss of biodiversity in Lesotho through over-exploitation, the Katse Botanical Garden provides a unique natural and semi-natural setting to expose a wider audience to the floristic beauty of the indigenous plants of Lesotho.
Katse Botanical Garden strives to promote a better knowledge and understanding of the alpine flora of Lesotho through propagation, cultivation, and conservation of indigenous plants. It serves as an educational centre for local communities, as well as for scientists, students, and the visiting public.
Vegetation
The mountain vegetation of Lesotho is predominantly grassland, with shrub communities occurring in specialised habitats. The region has shallow fertile soils and steep slopes, and a cold and harsh climate in winter.
Many of the species occurring in the high-lying alpine area are endemic to the region. Although the vegetation of Lesotho Mountains has floristic links with vegetation elsewhere in Africa, it is unique in composition and structure. The dwarf Erica-Helichrysum heathland, and the dense, mat-like vegetation of the mountain wetlands, occur nowhere else in southern or central Africa. This is the most likely consequence of the particular combination of climatic and soil conditions occurring in the mountains of Lesotho. The garden is a representative centre for alpine flora in











Rocky Mountain Elk




Rocky Mountain Elk





Rocky Mountain Elk (Cervus elaphus ssp. nelsoni). This bull was the largest in a herd of more than a hundred elk and was trying to keep the cows to himself, bugling frequently and chasing off smaller bulls. Photo was shot 15 minutes before sunset at about 11,200 ft. on the flank of Sundance Mountain, Rocky Mountain National Park. Larimer Co., Colo.









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