Spring is Taking Over My House

The spring equinox was Sunday, March 20th.  Though I love snow and winter, I am so excited that Spring is here! There are blatant, in-your-face signs of it all through our home.  I am in my element but my poor … Continue reading

How to Plan Your Own Seed Exchange

Earlier this week I showed you How to Find a Seed Exchange in your area.  Seed exchanges are a fun, easy, and free way to diversify your seed collection and ensure the older seeds you have get planted.  But what … Continue reading

How to Find a Seed Exchange

Most of the Eastern US is still covered with snow, but I can’t stop thinking about spring.  It’s the middle of February, and that means one thing. It’s time to start planning my garden. I like to get started planting … Continue reading

What is a Locavore?

A locavore is someone who eats locally. Why should you eat locally more often? Fruit and veg you buy (or pick) locally is more nutritious because it’s been picked closer to ripening. Produce picked closer to ripeness has more time … Continue reading

How to Organize Your Seed Storage

Organization has always been a struggle for me. If I can just toss something in a container haphazardly and put it away, then that’s what I do. And that is exactly what I’ve been doing with my seeds for the … Continue reading

Compost Cab

  We all know about Cash Cab… … the cab that goes around New York and Chicago and picks folks up and has them answer questions for cash. Well, meet Compost Cab! If you live in the Washington DC metro … Continue reading

Compost Cab

  We all know about Cash Cab… … the cab that goes around New York and Chicago and picks folks up and has them answer questions for cash. Well, meet Compost Cab! If you live in the Washington DC metro … Continue reading