Tag Archives: environment

Spring Garden To Do List

Spring is almost upon us and I am eagerly and impatiently awaiting signs of nature’s bountiful beauty. Currently, I live in USDA Planting Zone 6B, so planting anything at this point would be inadvisable for me. However, I have begun … Continue reading

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Five Notable Organic Gardening Methods

Photo: Via Pinterest Keyhole Gardening was introduced in Africa by the Consortium for Southern Africa Food Security Emergency (C-SAFE) to help ailing and frail Africans grow their own produce with minimum effort by means of a specialized raised bed. The … Continue reading

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Tips for The Beginning Gardener

  Are you new at gardening? Starting a new garden as a beginner can seem intimidating. However, with the right resources and a bit of patience, starting a garden can be quite rewarding. As any established gardener can tell you, … Continue reading

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Earth Day 2014 | Green Cities

“Green Cities” is the focus of the 44th annual observance of of Earth Day.

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Restaurants and the Organic, Sustainable and Local Food Shift

Restaurants are largely missing out on our changing attitudes toward food, but there is hope.

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Digging It | Acres USA Magazine

Pass the time until gardening season with some great winter reading.

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Diseases Spread From Honeybees to Wild Bumblebees

More bad news for our pollinator friends.

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