Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thankful for Worms

Invite the worms in your worm bin to participate in Thanksgiving by giving them the pumpkin rinds and strings (no seeds) from your delicious pumpkin pie. Be sure to incorporate it into the worm bin by creating a hole in … Continue reading

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Anasazi Scarlett Runner Beans

For all the great folks I met at Saturday’s Sustainability in the Classroom workshop, here are some of the great photos of the tipi. I hope this inspires you! Click on the photo for a larger image.       … Continue reading

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Casting Aside

The tree blushed – a rude blast of air Betrayed a shapely bough. My saddened heart aware That Nature’s clock was chiming, I froze upon the twelfth Clanging tone, caught alone, Staring at a creaking door – Left ajar for … Continue reading

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Bedtime

Temperatures turn cold this weekend & daylight is shorter than night’s twilight. In the Midwest, snow has already fallen and the temperature highs are lower than the Northwest’s lows. My vegetable garden has been ready for weeks. This year, I … Continue reading

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Not Just Another Pretty Flower

I’ve been exploring using edible flowers in my landscape for the last few years. I’ve enjoyed planting calendulas, nasturtiums and pansies, among others throughout my garden. This year, I decided to go the next step and create healing salves out … Continue reading

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