Camp out with the Seed Savers Exchange this July in Iowa, and celebrate four decades of stewardship for seeds and seed-saving education.
Aquarium wastewater makes fantastic, nitrogen-rich plant food.
Incorporate log rounds into your garden design for an earth-inspired touch. Landscaping with logs is easy, not to mention free!
You can often procure free frosting buckets from your local grocery store’s bakery department and use them for a wide variety of things.
You can find paper for mulching at your local public library.
Everyone needs vitamins and minerals like potassium, calcium, magnesium and others to stay strong and healthy. Find out why these essential nutrients have decreased in our food and how we can get them back.
Organic seed advocates are pressuring the USDA to classify F1 hybrid seeds as genetically engineered.
Not all cardboard boxes are built the same. Learn which boxes are best at suppressing weeds and killing grass.