How to Compost at Home
As our environmental state continues to worsen, we must find ways to help improve the earth. Some of us ride our bikes to work, conserve water, and/or recycle. Others <a href="https://www.diyideacenter.com/tag/Repurposing-Ideas" target="_blank">repurpose recyclable materials</a>, such as plastic, paper, and aluminum to create beautiful new crafts that can be used in our homes.<br /> <br /> Whether your contribution to saving the planet is big or small, it's always important to incorporate…
How to Compost at Home: A Beginner's Guide to DIY Fertilizer
Let's start by dispelling a crucial myth about compost: compost is not smelly! In fact, its earthiness is as pleasant as it is nutrient-rich.
Organic Farming Love at First Bite - The Life of a Gardener Blog - GRIT Magazine
There has been an ongoing argument on beliefs of the benefits of organic farming vs. conventional farming. This addresses those issues.
What to Put in Your Compost
The day I realized newspaper was good for your compost, my life changed. OK that might be a bit dramatic, but anyone who subscribes to the local paper and gets the New York Times on Sunday knows that you're drowing in paper by weeks end. As a cook, I've always had too much green wet matter (from vegetable trimmings, egg shells and the like) for the compost. The ideal ratio of
Free Compost Bin – The Cardboard Box
By Dawn Bradford Lange – Breast Cancer Yoga Staff Composting For A Breast Cancer Free Lifestyle: How to make a cardboard box compost bin for organic soil and a cancer free lawn can help reduc…
Composting Tips - NEW Health Think Green Self Help POSTER
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