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Sledgehammer

Every morning for the past 4 months I’ve had to maneuver my car around a large snowbank that resides at the mouth of my driveway.  My house is the last on a dead end street so my front lawn is the lucky recipient  of all the snow that is pushed all the way down the street by the snowplows.   1,065 more words

Homeschooling vs School

Let’s settle this issue once and for all or at least let me have my two cents worth.

I have existed in both spheres and have defended homeschoolers often. 595 more words

Education

Encouragement And Hope

old photos
on my desk–
bleeding hearts in bloom

This is a favorite haiku of yours, and thank you.  I was reflecting upon the haiku this morning that are reprinted on… 270 more words

Art

#10. Use and Value Diversity

I plan to go into detail with all of the permaculture principles, but I am going to go out of order.  I am starting with number ten because I am working on planning my annual garden for the spring.   476 more words

Classes

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Breaking down the permaculture principles from “Permaculture Ethics & Principles” from New England Permaculture Homestead.

#9. Accelerating Succession and Evolution

One of the many ways that permaculture mimics nature is by creating an “orchard” that is more like a forest.  The food forest.  In nature, forests develop through succession.  750 more words

Classes

Save Green Team reblogged this on Save Green Going Green and commented:

Breaking down the permaculture principles from “Permaculture Ethics & Principles” from New England Permaculture Homestead.

Saturday 3/28/2015 ~ My top 15 do NOT say to someone with Gastroparesis list.

I’ve seen several internet memes with a list of things to “not” say to this type of person or that.  Some of them I connect with some I don’t, but it sparked me to think of the things that I’m always amused (or not so much) that I hear.   2,179 more words

Personal Story

5 Great Ways to share your garden Surplus!


So you do or have grown your own fruit/veggies? Perhaps you stopped because you hated to see all that good stuff going to waste? Do you have a tinge of sadness every time you harvest? 915 more words

General Chatter

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As avid gardeners we have always had a little extra food to share with neighbors. But since we extended our grow season to 12 months with the addition of a greenhouse filled with aquaponics, we have an abundance of extra. Here are some great ideas for those in the same boat. Want to learn more about extending your grow with aquaponics: Aquaponics Basics