When larger municipalities pursue rural areas, it can bring hardship to residents. Here are some potential effects of annexation, as well as what you can do to protect your farm endeavors.
Plenty of gardeners use weed suppression fabric, but these alternative weed control methods are more beneficial to your soil, plants and the environment.
Sow hundreds of native trees in place simply, easily and for free using the trees from seed philosophy, which bypasses saplings for wild tree seeds.
Got a lot of mulberries this year? Great! Just the right balance of tart and sweet, this common tree fruit makes a delicious jelly or jam.
The colorful, intricate patterns mushroom caps make are a helpful clue to species identification. Here’s how you can make your own mushroom spore prints.
Looking for something new for the garden? Try these old-fashioned flowers! The varieties are less common than they used to be, but they’re still worthwhile.
Clitocybe nuda thrives on layers of organic matter in moist, shady locations. Here’s how you can start your own blewit mushroom garden using purchased spawn.
Recognizing microclimates in your yard (or creating them with things like shade cloth) can help your garden thrive in optimal growing conditions.
With some strategic excavation and landscaping, an old burn pit goes from eyesore to wildlife habitat with the installation of a water feature.