Composting 101: Things You Can and Can't Compost
Upwards of 30% of the garbage a household throws out each week could potentially go into a compost pile. When we cut domestic waste generation we are extending the life of a landfill site, and this is better for environmental management for our entire community.
3 Ways to Start Composting
(livedan330.com) Inspired by conversations on the FOOD52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. Today: we're sharing three different ways to compost your kitchen scraps. Composting scares many of us the…
12 Creative DIY Compost Bin Ideas • The Garden Glove
If you are a gardener, chances are you have thought about starting a compost bin. Pick one of these 12 creative DIY compost bin ideas, and get started!
Quick & Easy, Secret Brew To Grow Your Plants 3 Times Faster...
It’s time to throw out that “Miracle Grow”… If you’re serious about making your garden healthier and more organic, by reducing (or completely eliminating) the need for chemical pesticides and fertilizers, then here’s a secret “brew” that literally anyone can make at home to take their organic gardening to the next level. It will help to dramatically improve the growth rate of plants. It will help to reduce common plant pests and diseases. It’s quick, easy and cheap to make. But just a quick…
10 Great Tutorials Showing How To Distress And Age Wood - Shelterness
If you're into DIY projects with wood eventually you'll want to make new wood look old. There are many ways to achieve the effect of well worn, aged, and
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Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower Free Crochet Pattern from B.Hooked
The Crocodile Stitch Crochet Flower is our most popular flower pattern! Use it to embellish a special project or create a beautifule bouquet of flowers.
DIY Rain Barrel
Ever since I started my first garden last year I have wanted to create some sort of rain collection system. It especially became a priority since last year saw the worst draught of the past 20 years. Unfortunately, I watched my beautiful, healthy tomato and cucumber plants wither as spring gave way to summer with…
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By Valarie Rider - Even homesteaders on a tiny urban plot make a lot of waste. Our multi-faceted approach to recycling sends most yard waste through our c
Building soil in the forest garden
Since our forest garden suffers from lack of topsoil and a high groundwater, my first priority is to build up organic matter on the soil surface as quickly as possible.