Paul Wheaton is a pioneer of getting back to the land through permaculture. Check out what he offers in terms of learning and/or living…
If you are thinking about raising earthworms to eat your organic wastes and provide soil amendments (castings, aka worm poop), then this article will give you some great tips:
There are a lot of fancy (and expensive) composters out there. This DIY project lets you use plastic milk crates to rotate your compost very effectively.
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Some things to do and some NOT to do.
If you are living on some land and want to make it produce a way to generate funds as well as feeding yourself and your family – you might consider microfarming.
Sometimes repurposing should include some fun and whimsy. This project takes an old lunchbox and turns it into an imaginative fairy home for your garden (or for your kids to play with). Check it out, and if you make one – please share pix with us!
Combine your love of gardening with your love of holiday decor and make your own lovely wreath.