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Volunteers and Patience - Day 22 NaBloPoMo

Hi everyone,

I spent a lovely day out in the yard today – no uni work to do. Woo hoo! So I had a chance to actually pay attention to a few things. 520 more words

Biography

Vermiculture at Rhodes

Clang! You slam your plastic tray with the half-eaten remainders of Braised-Tenderised into the holder and leave the dining hall without a backward glance.

What is left on your plate is no longer your concern and how it will be discarded isn’t either. 533 more words

Journalism

May meeting

At our May meeting we were lucky to hear two speakers discuss the benefits of plant propagation

Firstly, a very brief outline from Pam Adams on propagation, she handed out some notes  on whip and tongue graft and a very handy chart on when and how to take cuttings from different groups of plants. 346 more words

Hungry, Hungry, Red Wiggler Worms

So just how hungry ARE red wigglers? Hungry enough to consume half their weight in kitchen waste (vegetable scraps, fruit, coffee grounds, oatmeal, egg shells etc.) every single day! 427 more words

Garden Helpers

Compost Vs. Worm Farming - Eco Home PART 2.

It was only after studying permaculture for 12 months that I really understood why someone should choose a worm farm over a compost system or vice versa. 344 more words

Inspirational