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Farmers in northern Thailand cut small patches of forest, grow crops, then let the trees regrow. The result: good harvests and happy woods.

Farmers in northern Thailand cut small patches of forest, grow crops, then let the trees regrow. The result: good harvests and happy woods.

Reducing carbon emissions is truly important to mitigating climate change. But in the meantime, it’s faster and cheaper to save and regrow tropical trees

Reducing carbon emissions is truly important to mitigating climate change. But in the meantime, it’s faster and cheaper to save and regrow tropical trees

If you’re not a farmer or gardener, chances are you haven’t given a thought about soil today. In fact, chances are you haven’t thought about soil this year.  Maybe you’ve never really thought about soil at all.   If you haven’t, now’s your chance. While we typically think of winter as a time when farms and gardens close up for the growing season, the fleet beneath our feet—the vibrant and diverse communities of soil microbes, bugs, and critters—are happily and actively munching away at…

If you’re not a farmer or gardener, chances are you haven’t given a thought about soil today. In fact, chances are you haven’t thought about soil this year. Maybe you’ve never really thought about soil at all. If you haven’t, now’s your chance. While we typically think of winter as a time when farms and gardens close up for the growing season, the fleet beneath our feet—the vibrant and diverse communities of soil microbes, bugs, and critters—are happily and actively munching away at…

Drought conditions mean conserving water, but does that have to mean no garden? There are a number of tactics you can adopt to use less - or minimal - water in your food producing vegetable garden. Click through for ideas to inspire your eco-friendly drought garden!

Drought conditions mean conserving water, but does that have to mean no garden? There are a number of tactics you can adopt to use less - or minimal - water in your food producing vegetable garden. Click through for ideas to inspire your eco-friendly drought garden!

The Monarch butterflies need our help more than ever before! You can help regrow Milkweed plants in your own garden, by planting the seeds within this Milkweed Seed Assortment. Asclepias is very important to the Monarch butterfly as it is categorized as a host plant. The caterpillars will enjoy it’s large, tender leaves and adult Monarchs, as well as many other butterflies look to it for it’s rich source of nectar.

The Monarch butterflies need our help more than ever before! You can help regrow Milkweed plants in your own garden, by planting the seeds within this Milkweed Seed Assortment. Asclepias is very important to the Monarch butterfly as it is categorized as a host plant. The caterpillars will enjoy it’s large, tender leaves and adult Monarchs, as well as many other butterflies look to it for it’s rich source of nectar.

Buckthorn - NOT IN MY YARD!  Spent the last few years getting these invasive plants out of the backyard woods.  Probably how I got the poison ivy!

Buckthorn - NOT IN MY YARD! Spent the last few years getting these invasive plants out of the backyard woods. Probably how I got the poison ivy!

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