Monthly Archives: October 2013

Autumn Beauty

beauty is there offering itself every day asking nothing not even that you notice the way the light shines through dry grass at sundown or the way shadows lay themselves across some arrangement of sandstone boulders or how the crisp … Continue reading

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Worms & Soil

I was surprised to learn that Charles Darwin was the first scientist to study worms and soil. BBC Radio 4’s Shared Planet program has produced a program on soil and the importance of keeping it healthy, not through the use … Continue reading

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Autumn Roses

In the midst of Fall clean-up, spreading compost and growing cover crop in your vegetable bed, it’s also time to care for your roses. Taking care of your roses now encourages healthy roses next year. I’m assuming you have already … Continue reading

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Bees

Recently, it’s been hard to keep posting. I set a goal for once a week and some weeks the ideas easily come to me, but lately, it’s been a struggle. My goal has been to encourage and educate people how … Continue reading

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