As of late I've been trying to decrease my carbon footprint, as well as reuse as much as I can, both in and out of the garden. This has led to two big things: Compost everything well, for me, anything that is not meat, dairy, oils, or processed foods (some exceptions like bread). I've been … Continue reading Cardboard – a carbon sequestration and permaculture design tool
Another "Six on Saturday" - thanks to https://thepropagatorblog.wordpress.com, the originator, for the inspiration! It's been quite some time since I've done one of these but I'm glad to get back into it - the weather plays a big role here! Weather wise, it's been loopy - from a crazy freaky cold winter to a very … Continue reading Six on Saturday- 03/23
Looks like mother nature finally turned the dial to the right station - and now the volume has really kicked up! I was biding my time for nice weather - now I just need to keep my eyes open - it seems like it's gone in a blink. I've gotten all the detritus cleared - … Continue reading Spring catch-up
It was a beautiful day outside, and I've already gotten a load of wood chips delivered for free. We had a rare winter storm... ...that pummeled our area for all of February, giving us around two feet of snow. It's finally melted off, and I'm mostly impressed at how well my various plantings fared. I'm … Continue reading Indoor updates – nearly spring!