anyone following this bill, any ideas about it ?
I am watching You Tube, looking for botoom line how it will impact us on a local level / national level, and when it will really possibily be approved? From the stuff I see on You Tube it seems to be close to being approved? I'm no expert, just reading and watching and a bit concerned.
Added by Jessica Klein on November 29, 2009 at 11:54am —
Hello I was wondering if someone could give me some advice on how to get rid of these little green monsters they look like little green inch worms.
They are taking over my borage and destroying my sugar snap pea leafs and are also in to my bok choy
thanks for you help
Added by cory dunnington on November 27, 2009 at 12:12pm —
We moved into our home on Veteran's day of 2008. The yard was overgrown and the house was run down, but in fairly decent condition. The pomegranate tree was looking pretty forlorn out there in the middle and back section of the yard, having not been watered for at least four years, and with all the bushy undergrowth obscuring the beauty of the tree's trunk. There were actually pomegranates on it, not very many, and to me, not particularly tasty. Well one year later, the tree is flourishing.… Continue
Added by Anita Mahaffey on November 24, 2009 at 8:23am —
Had a bit of a baking adventure this morning that has turned out well so I thought I would share it. I read several recipes about baking with sprouted wheat berries, and then sort of took off on my own this morning with the intent being banana bread. I don't bake in absolutes, so you may have to wing it a bit if you try this. As usual with my cooking, I've added all kinds of comments.
2/3 cup of sprouted wheat berries (plus a little more, since the jar was… Continue
Added by Linda AZ on November 21, 2009 at 12:49pm —
I'm relatively new to this site. I'm relatively new to permaculture, sustainable living. We've wanted to, and we kept planning for that "someday" when we have the right property, "someday" when we have more room, "someday" when we don't have to ask permission for chickens and goats.
Sometime this summer we realized, that it was ok to start RIGHT NOW. Raised beds half full of desert concrete dirt spent the summer being layered like lasagna gardens, composting down, until a friend… Continue
Added by Linda AZ on November 16, 2009 at 6:16pm —
This is an interesting difference between the marketing of different eggs - organic, free range, cage free, etc....
Added by Shanna Anderson on November 16, 2009 at 10:52am —
i went out the other day and looked around to find no lettuce sprouts were left- guess i should have put up some chicken wire for protection- I love the birds, but im still mad at them!
Added by Linda C. Tarango on November 13, 2009 at 8:30am —
So I took a gardening class and then put in a garden.
Took the rainbarrel class, now I have a rainbarrel.
Took a tree class, bought a bunch of trees.
Signed up for a chicken class.....I see where this is going.....
Added by Suzi Dodt on November 10, 2009 at 6:07pm —
I have decided to try aspects of a Vegan diet and want to share my experiences here to help keep me on the path. It has been one week and I think I am getting the hang of it.
So here's my parameters -- this isn't necessarily a "by-the-book" vegan diet -- I'm making up some of my own rules to fit the lifestyle I am trying to achieve.
- Minimal to no meat products or meat bi-products.
- Minimal to no processed foods, within reason.
- Minimal caffeine (just… Continue
Added by Scott MacComb on November 1, 2009 at 11:30am —