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5 Easy Ways to Assess Your Soil for Gardening

5 Easy Ways to Assess Your Soil for Gardening

By Eartheasy.com, Posted February 19th, 2014

A productive garden begins with an understanding of the basic properties of your soil.

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Megadroughts ahead?  Let’s all cut water use by 20%

Megadroughts ahead? Let’s all cut water use by 20%

By Eartheasy.com, Posted February 6th, 2014

We can make a difference right now with a few household adjustments — our ecosystem may hang in the balance.

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Grasscycling – The Easiest Way to Nurture Your Lawn

Grasscycling – The Easiest Way to Nurture Your Lawn

By Eartheasy.com, Posted June 15th, 2011

This simple lawn care method will reduce lawn maintenance, retain water, and fertilize your lawn naturally…

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Five spring tips for clear pond water

Five spring tips for clear pond water

By Drs. Foster and Smith, Posted March 9th, 2009

The following spring algae-busting tips will help you enjoy your outdoor space throughout the summer without having to constantly worry about algae.

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Pesticides & Kids – why you should be concerned

Pesticides & Kids – why you should be concerned

By Karen R. Forbes, Posted January 28th, 2009

We are adding more chemicals in one form or another to our soil, food, water and homes. Is this a healthy trend?

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Outdoor Pesticides – are they worth the risk?

Outdoor Pesticides – are they worth the risk?

By Kimberly Monaghan, Posted January 28th, 2009

Now is the time to take a second look at what we decide to pass on to our families, our pets and our environment.

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Lawn care chemicals: how toxic are they?

Lawn care chemicals: how toxic are they?

By Greg Seaman, Posted January 28th, 2009

The benefits of using lawn care chemicals are easy to see, but the effects they may have on your family’s health and the environment are less obvious.

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Drought Survival for Lawns

Drought Survival for Lawns

By Greg Seaman, Posted January 28th, 2009

Drought is becoming more common in many parts of North America, and lawns need to be naturally vigorous and well maintained to withstand the stress caused by reduced watering.

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Go for an Edible Estate …the case against lawns

Go for an Edible Estate …the case against lawns

By Frtiz Haeg, Metropolis Books, Posted January 28th, 2009

Why do we dedicate so much property to something that requires precious resources, endless hours and contaminates our air and water?

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Home-Front Ecology

Home-Front Ecology

By Mike Davis, Sierra Magazine, Posted January 28th, 2009

What our grandparents can teach us about saving the world

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