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Sew Your Own Fabric Pots For Starting Plants Indoors

Pots made from scrap denim, felt, landscape fabric and other materials are inexpensive, easy to make and good for plants. Here's how to make some fabric pots yourself!

Video: How to Grow Lion’s Mane Mushrooms Using the ‘Totem’ Method

With a little work on the front end, you can enjoy flushes of fresh lion's mane mushrooms for years to come. Here's how to grow your own at home.

Talking Food Forests & Cucamelons With The Farmer Ken

The Los Angeles-based farmer tells us how he uses the local climate and his home environment to keep his crops growing all year round.

Ecosystem Gardening Yields Big Benefits

Converting unused or underutilized land to an edible ecosystem addresses food security issues, and it brings environmental advantages as well!

Keep The Garden Growing This Winter With A Cold Frame

Wintry weather doesn't mean you have to give up gardening—a cold frame can keep cool-weather crops going well into the chilly months!

Here Are 7 Top Causes (& Fixes) When Hens Stop Laying

While some hiccups in egg production are perfectly normal, others can signal trouble. Here's what to look for when your hens stop laying.

How To Disassemble Pallets Without Destroying The Wood

Most pallet wood (with some important exceptions) can be salvaged for usable lumber for quick DIY projects. In this video, we show you how.

Breed Profile: Get To Know St. Croix Hair Sheep

With a wealth of beneficial traits, including the most parasite resistance of all sheep, the St. Croix Hair Sheep is a recent and interesting breed.

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