Rain Barrels store a free and valuable resource that falls from the sky instead of allowing it to contribute to erosion and problems with run-off. Rain stored in barrels provide water for garden irrigation, car washing, and muddy dog hosing, all while saving wear and tear on your well pump or saving money on your […]
What is Permaculture? What is it not? This is Part 1 in a Series exploring my ongoing study and application of Permaculture.
I outsource my composting work as much as possible. Red Wiggler worms (Eisenia fetida) in an easy DIY bin chomp through your kitchen scraps and give you some of the best compost possible. Win-win-win. Read to learn to build a Vermicomposting Bin for yourself.
Chances are you’ve been pulling this “weed” for awhile and never knew how tasty it was. So go. Find it. Pull it. Eat it. Make it an example to its friends.
Composting can be easy, quick, and free. I’m the weird guy that built my own monstrosity compost bins, yells at the Wife if she doesn’t remove stickers from her avocado peel, and asked the new neighbors for their horses’ poo.