Sometimes things go wrong in a worm bin and fruit flies develop. Learn how to get rid of them quickly, and how to avoid getting them again in the future.
Archives for February 2014
Capturing water in the landscape is often the easiest and most efficient way to store it. Swales help us do that. Learn how to choose the best site for a swale and how to build one.
Swales are an important tool for irrigating the garden, mitigating stormwater runoff, and reducing erosion. In this post, learn what a swale is and why you might need one in your yard.
Winter squash is nutrient dense, versatile in the kitchen, and delicious to boot. Need some ideas of how to put it to use? Here are some easy ways to prepare this golden, seasonal vegetable.
Our first worm bin was a gift, and we fussed over our new collection of worms like new parents. Unfortunately, our inexperience led to some problems. Here’s a look at the new bin, the mistakes we made, and the problems that ensued.