A Beginner’s Guide to Composting




Benefits of Green Walls

A brief article explaining what Green Walls are (a.k.a vertical gardens), and their indoor and outdoor benefits. Their benefits include increased air quality, aesthetic appeal, reduced noise pollution, stress reduction and temperature regulation.

Planting Along The Lake Shore

Lakeshores pose an interesting scenario for the landscaper and gardener. In a wild, healthy setting, lake shores encompass their own little ecosystem and have unique conditions. This is why the lake shore areas always seem to have some of the most interesting plant and animal life.

Kitchen Gardens, A Source of Health

Kitchen gardening is very important for production of healthy food. By practicing kitchen gardening organically grown vegetables can be produced. Organic vegetables are health and nutritious. House wives may also play great role in adoption of kitchen gardening technique. By adopting this technique as a hobby, house wives will be able to reduce vegetable expenses, leading to providence of healthier, nutritious, cheaper and quality vegetables to their family.

10 Things People Appreciate Most About Log Home Living

There is no reason to wait until retirement to dwell in your dream house. Start looking into this alternative style of accommodation right now; and find your idyllic refuge. 10 Things people appreciate most about log home living.

5 Reasons Sustainable Communities Are Becoming More Popular

Have you heard about sustainable communities popping up in your town, but don’t know what they’re about? Check out this guide to learn all about them and see if they’d be right for you.

Energy Conservation and Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

Global resource policies and improved energy efficiency at home are the issues of our times. This includes smart appliances, remote operated home lighting systems, and energy efficient appliances. Interior and exterior lighting systems significantly impact home energy use over time in material ways. These are the issues which expand or contract our carbon footprint.

Go Green! All You Need to Know About Getting Environment Friendly

Considering the rising global temperature and the soaring costs of consuming electricity, people have embraced the fact that saving our natural resources for the future is the need of the hour. With the ever-changing environment around us, it’s imperative to be ecologically mindful and dynamic. It’s significantly more imperative when you consider the amount of money you can spare by building a green home. The strategies and ways you can change your home from a huge consumer of natural resources into something environment-friendly are straightforward and basic ideas. All that you can consider with a specific end goal to spare energy can be executed by an expert builder

Make Your Home Affordable With Green Living

Green living is a great way to lower your carbon footprint and save money with lower energy bills. Lighting, appliances, water systems, home security, and replacing appliances create ways for home-owners to update homes and lower energy use.

Using Houseplants for a Thriving Lifestyle

What improves a room’s air quality, can fill an unsightly window space and compliment a stylish, beautifully decorated interior all at the same time? The answer, are houseplants!

The Ultimate End to Junk Mail

Find out to stop receiving junk mail that is addressed to someone in your home or not. If you do end up receiving junk mail after following these tips, there are some crafty ways suggested to reuse the junk mail paper.

Annual Seed Starting

Seeing tiny sprouts break through the ground and peep through the melting snow is sure to make any gardener antsy for Spring, and these last few days of warm weather have certainly been teasing. Although some regions cannot promise consistent warm weather this early in the year, there is still an opportunity to get a head start on the season by starting seedlings in a greenhouse, garden window, or well-lit part of the house.

Early Spring Chores to Start the Garden Off Right

For most parts of the country it seems like winter is coming to a close. With warmer weather finally in sight, the urge to do something outside might be starting to set in, and March is the perfect time to get out of the house and into the garden.

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