Monday’s Guests – Fruit Geek

This weeks guest post is by Catherine George from Farmscape.  She’s an aspiring lunatic farmer but for now she’s working on her large city lot and creating a permaculture, native, and drought tolerant garden. I’m on the verge of becoming a fruit geek myself and the only thing that’s stopped me…who am I kidding? I’m already a fruit…

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Monday’s Guests – Water Our of Thin Air Part 3

Brad from Highly Uncivilized gave us an update on his homemade Atmospheric Water Generator. You can find his first two posts on this at links below. Preparing the site and testing the dehumidifier 1.5 gallons in 24 hours It’s been a long time since I posted on this project. The last work we did was…

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Monday’s Guests – 10 Easy Fruit-Bearing Trees

Today’s guest post was submitted by Keith Howard of Lawn Care Service. You can see his original post here. There are some other great articles on that site as well, including 10 Unusual Items to Grow in Your Garden. ———————————————————————-  Photo by Rachel Brinkerhoff  If you have a back yard large enough to…

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Monday’s Guests – How to Break the Shampoo Habit and Still not be a Greasy Hippy

My friend Ragani, an awesome designer and superb henna artist (she did the henna for my wedding) is sharing with us something near and dear to my heart – eliminating commercial shampoos and conditioners. I’ve written about this on my other blog so I can attest to the effectiveness. ————————————————————– For me lazy is the…

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Monday’s Guests – Water Out of Thin Air

This week we’ve got a post I’m really excited about! Brad from Highly Uncivilized is sharing a post about how to build an at-home atmospheric water generator. How cool is that?! This is Part 2 of his experiment. You can read about Part 1 here. —————————————————– Several weeks ago I started a series about our…

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Monday’s Guests – Build Your Own Containers for Small Space Gardening

Through his blog UrbanOrganicGardener.com and social media, Mike Lieberman shares his expertise on urban gardening, green living and real food. He inspires others to start growing their own food and believes that growing just one herb or vegetable will make a difference. It will help to cut back the intensive resources that go into the…

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Monday’s Guests – On Purchasing Honey

We’ve got our very first guest post for the New Year! Today’s post comes from Gary Sieling of Making Beehives. ———————————————————————————  As far back as I can remember, my father has kept bees. As children we each had our own beehive and we helped him extract the honey. I have fond memories of the fragrance…

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Monday’s Guests – Organic Fertilizer | How to Use and Make Organic Fertilizer

 This week’s post is by Marco from Livetogarden.com which is a fantastic site for learning all things gardening from outdoor living to garden design to organic gardening. Not to mention the website itself is gorgeous! I love all the photos so go check it out!  —————————————————————– As we become more and more focused on maintaining…

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