For those in colder climes, Winter is the perfect time to start preparing for your next growing season. One thing you may want to start considering: how can you take [ … ]
Our best of 2014 included a lot of DIY upcycling projects, from building your own wind turbine to repurposing discarded electronic devices.
I tend to start thinking about composting – changes to my system, etc. – in the Spring: that’s when I’m planning my planting for the year, and trying to take [ … ]
The Washington State Reformatory has built a thriving vermicomposting operation that saves money & gives inmates a unique, valuable work opportunity.
Disappointed with some of the results of your Summer planting? Well, it’s do-over time: get started on your Fall vegetable garden!
Want to find gardening ideas & plant growing tips tailored to your specific needs & local environment? That’s the plan behind OpenFarm.
Filmmaker Dan Sussman comes by his interest in urban agriculture honestly; find out how this Nebraskan found his passion for growing food
Ready to start gardening in a small space? The Petomato combines DIY hydroponics with reused materials right out of your recycling bin.
Want to maximize your gardening space with a raised bed? Consider a keyhole garden. This African-style kitchen garden puts everything you need for successful vegetable gardening right in front of you.
Editor’s note: This post is sustainablog’s contribution to Garden Week at Crafting a Green World… go get inspired with lots of great ideas for your Spring garden! As a [ … ]
Spring gardening time is just about upon us (depending on where you live, of course) – I know I’m already preparing my raised bed, and considering other options for growing [ … ]
Prison rehabilitation usually involves some combination of on-site work experience, and maybe some GED or college courses. But gardening? Dog training? Prairie restoration? Sounds like some social worker’s fantasy – [ … ]
Our friends over at Crafting a Green World are hosting Spring Cleaning Week this week… and, like many other sites in the Important Media network, we wanted to join in. [ … ]