Adding amphibian habitat is simple, good for your garden—and good for these troubled creatures, too. Here’s how you can build a shelter for frogs and toads.
From the time and money you’ll save to the benefits for pollinators and the planet, there’s never been a better time to grow a grass-free yard.
Sometimes your chicken flock experiences an unwelcome visitor. Here are nine tips to keep in mind when dealing with an uninvited coop guest.
If conditions on your property are right, you can give area owls a leg up (and enjoy some benefits along the way) by installing an owl nestbox in a tree.
We hope your chickens never get attacked, but if they do, learn to examine them and ID the predator so you can take precautions in the future.
Try these responsible, humane methods to evict raccoons, skunks, groundhogs and other nuisance wild animals nesting a little too close to your home.
Visiting Maine, I learn that beaver dams, composting and persevering plants work far quicker to make soil in rocky areas than weathering and erosion.