Category Archives: Birds In The Garden

Garden Retreat Or Garden Advance

Print PDFOur newest neighbors enjoy gardening together Gardens That Welcome and Include After way too many hot dry days, the garden is finally starting to perk up, thanks more to heavy dews than actual rain. After each rinsing, grateful birds … Continue reading

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Rain Barrels Save Water, But Is It Clean Water?

Print PDFLifestraw filters are good basic emergency supplies What’s On The Average Roof? With the rainy season on the horizon (hopefully), I recently wrote an article about using water saved in rain barrels safely and have been answering many questions … Continue reading

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A Wholesome Distraction

Print PDFRun Julia Child’s tian through the garden for a taste treat Gardening As Active Meditation My new meditation app informed me this week that, according to recent studies, humans spend on average about 47% of our waking hours in … Continue reading

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Join The No Mow May Movement

Print PDFPollinators love a lively lawn Stop Mowing So Much And Let The Lawn Come To Life If the cold wet spring has kept you from lawn mowing, that’s great news. Bee City USA would like us to observe the … Continue reading

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