We live at 9,800 feet of elevation in our small cabin with our four German shepherd dogs, and have been clearing and hauling brush to our community burn site as a result of the brutally hard winter we had earlier this year. Life at this elevation can be pretty rough sometimes. Getting bit by an infected tick needs quick treatment.
Tropical storms and hurricanes now make it to Ohio. Find out how they can affect Blythe’s home garden by reading this post.
Learn more about MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR speaker Bob Moore.
Many things leap to mind when someone mentions walking: fitness, fun, fresh air, relaxation, friends and maybe your most comfortable pair of shoes. But a word that rarely arises is “power”. That will begin to change after the 2017 National Walking Summit, which is themed “Vital and Vibrant Communities — The Power of Walkability”.
Learn more about MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR speaker Brittany Nickerson.
Skunks are quite intelligent and resourceful creatures that can invade even the most sophisticated home, whether it is your garden, the attic, or under the crawl space of your house. When they come looking for food and shelter, you will need a suitable and humane method for removing them.
Tennessee State Parks understands the importance of reducing the number of plastic bottles that go into the waste stream. One of the highest waste streams captured in state parks is plastic bottles from guests. While it’s important to stay hydrated during outdoor activities, especially in the summer time, it is equally important to do so sustainably. That is why several parks are taking steps to reduce plastic cup and bottle waste within the park.
An hour into our first road trip to hunt down traditional recipes on the western coast of Galicia, we strike gastronomic gold in the form of Galician cockles, locally known as berberechos.