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Why You Should Care About Water Conservation

 The vast majority of water on our planet can't be used, so the fresh water that's available should be treasured.  As summer temperatures soar throughout the country, and rain becomes a distant memory, let's take a moment to examine a few very important facts.

7 Ways to Achieve Water Wisdom & Shrink Your Water Bill

Summer is here, no doubt about it.  As the temperatures climb, so does the dread of getting that water bill after suffering through weeks of 90 and 100 degree days.  Isn't it tough enough just making sure all of our beloved lawns and flowers stay green and fresh during the dog days of summer?

Gardening By the Square Foot....Saving Water, Money & Time

It's June, and gardeners are already beginning to enjoy the fruits of their labor with fresh fruit and veggies from their own gardens. We wanted to explore ways to practice water conservation when gardening. One of the most effective ways is gardening by the square foot. Listed below are 9 very convincing reasons why even the most experienced gardener should consider this simple approach.

Water Conservation...Knowledge is Power

We can live without a lot of things in our world and survive quite nicely. Take away our computers and cell phones and a funny thing happens. We get all bent out of shape because we have become accustomed to the convenience they offer. Take away air conditioning? Highly uncomfortable but believe it or not we can survive:) Take away water? Well, that is another story altogether.

The Lowly Earthworm- The “Super Star” For Your Flower Beds!

If you thought the earthworm was only good for fish bait, think again!!   This lowly creature is responsible for a lot of great benefits that helps improve your soil’s structure, water absorption, fertility and even suppress weed growth.  Take a look for yourself...

Organic Pesticides.....Making A Difference

Hundreds of years ago, long before the invention of chemical pesticides, farmers and homeowners created effective remedies for removing insect infestations from their garden plants. Those same remedies can still be used today. They are easy to make, inexpensive and better for our families and our environment - especially water-the most precious resource we own! Read on...

Getting Your Garden Ready for Spring!

Even though it’s February and frost is on the ground most mornings, it’s time to start thinking about what we need to get our gardens ready for spring. Here are some ideas you can do before the warm weather arrives and the ground is still soft enough for you to dig in!

Old Man Winter Has Arrived!

Old Man Winter has arrived so let’s get our homes prepared inside and out for any impending freezes. Here are some quick tips to get ready!

The Beauty of a Single Snowflake

Is there anything more wonderful than sitting in the comfort of your home by a warm fire, and watching snowflakes drop outside your window?  This month, let’s take a look at the miracle and beauty of a single snowflake!

I TOLD YOU TO GO WASH YOUR HANDS!

With flu and cold season upon us, I have become obsessed with my family keeping their hands washed. They are calling me a “Germaphobe” but it is one of the best ways to avoid getting sick and spreading germs. Here are a few tips from the Mayo Clinic.

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