Pay attention to the signals unwanted plants are sending, and you might find these weeds are quite perfectly suited for their environment.
Whether you are student or teacher, knowing a place and observing the changes over time provides invaluable insights into foraging for wild mushrooms.
Ozone at ground level could be the cause of poor productivity in wild and cultivated plants. Here are the signs of ozone damage to look for.
If you maintain a compost area or container, you’ll find that our common discards often result in uncommon “offspring” or volunteers to assist us.
The roly poly offers a great introduction to your soil life and understanding the mysterious, complex world of the overlooked and underfoot.
It’s Pollinator Week, and with just a little attention, materials that are already on your property could provide shelter for valuable native bees.
Shrews share characteristics with bats, snakes and insects. This fascinating animal can tell you something important about your soil diversity.