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Black Gold will Feed your Soul

It’s November 19, 2016 and it is 60 degrees and the sun in shining. Today I awoke at 6 am with extra energy and a desire to get out in the garden to add compost to my raised beds. 283 more words

Localvore

What do I do with all those weeds I pulled?

Some weeds just won’t die, even after they are uprooted. Tossing them on a brush pile might actually give them a second chance at life. … 846 more words

King County

The Ecological Benefits of the Not So Perfect Yard

by Joanne Mullowney

The annual autumn cleanup is almost upon us and we would like to suggest that you channel your inner Environmental Steward by leaf cycling. 406 more words

Eco-landscaping

The Ecological Benefits of the Not So Perfect Yard

by Joanne Mullowney

The annual autumn cleanup is almost upon us and we would like to suggest that you channel your inner Environmental Steward by leaf cycling. 406 more words

Recycling

Becoming a Leaf Litter Bug: the Ecological Benefits of the Not So Perfect Yard

by Joanne Mullowney

Every autumn we post our Annual Autumn Cleanup article asking readers to rethink the prevailing custom of treating leaves as waste by raking them to the curb for Township pickup. 833 more words

Birds

Hurricane Updates: Trash & Pool Areas

Hello everyone,

We have updates as the storm approaches:

Trash and recycling will still be tomorrow (Thursday) but we ask you to bring your cans inside as soon as you can. 61 more words

Information

Someone piled a bazillion pounds of dirt in our yard waste can when we weren't looking :)

For the past two months, our yard waste can has sat ignored by the garbage men. Finally, we found out why today — it is over the weight limit. 168 more words