Dogs with Sherri: Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac What did you get for Christmas? I got poison oak, ivy or sumac; nice eh? I'm not sure if I will post an image or not, it's pretty scary. Yesterday I had to run out to the store for a few things but opted not to because my face was oozing. DIY: Cotton Ball Fire Starters - Pinching Your PenniesPinching Your Pennies Living in a house of all boys, summer weekends easily turn into family campouts. Dirt, bugs and smelling like campfire aren’t my favorite aspects of camping but I do love spending time with my kiddos and the beauty of the great outdoors. Then only thing that makes these trips better is when I find a practical use for everyday house hold items that make my camping trips a little bit easier. Camp fire starters can be handy when your trying to get a fire up and going for four anxious boys. These cotton ball fire starters are easy to prepare before a camp out and just as easy to pack. After they are ready simply toss them in a plastic bag and pack them with your camping supplies.
Part of Nature cartoon by Stuart McMillen - Recombinant Records This cartoon is heavily influenced by the books Natural Capitalism - Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins and Hunter Lovins (1999) and Mid-Course Correction - Ray Anderson (1998). It is also in the same vein as the flash animation "The Story of Stuff" by Annie Leonard, which I watched when I was about 90% of the way through the drawing process. Back to post / website. View/add comments for this article.Part of Nature by Stuart McMillen. September 2009. We think it's fine to throw waste "away", but there is no such place on this planet. Build a $300 underground greenhouse for year-round gardening (Video) Growers in colder climates often utilize various approaches to extend the growing season or to give their crops a boost, whether it's coldframes, hoop houses or greenhouses. Greenhouses are usually glazed structures, but are typically expensive to construct and heat throughout the winter. A much more affordable and effective alternative to glass greenhouses is the walipini (an Aymara Indian word for a "place of warmth"), also known as an underground or pit greenhouse. First developed over 20 years ago for the cold mountainous regions of South America, this method allows growers to maintain a productive garden year-round, even in the coldest of climates.
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Camping Tips and Hacks for Families We have done the impossible three times in the past 2 months… we went camping as a family! We have six kids ranging in age from 2 to 8 and let’s just say the idea of camping terrified me at first, and we now have a routine. I love it! These are just a few of the tips that we have scoured the internet for and incorporated into our camping routine. Grill fruit – it is easier for small fingers to grab the fruit and put it on the roasting stick by themselves. A Man Replaces His Lawn With a Giant Vegetable Garden and No Regrets During the summer, nothing is better than the smell of freshly cut grass. That is, unless, you have a giant vegetable garden growing in the place of your lawn. Instead of turf, this awesome homeowner, user locolukas on Reddit, opted for tomatoes.
News - Scientists create organic waste fertiliser to support developing world By Staff reporter Last updated 8/30/2013 3:52:43 PM Scientists create organic waste fertiliser to support developing world A simple mixture of organic waste, such as chicken manure, and zeolite, a porous volcanic rock, has been developed into a powerful fertiliser which can also reclaim desert or contaminated land. Astrology Reading of Michelle, born Friday 30 October 1987 This is the free all-in-one astrology reading of Michelle born on Friday 30 October 1987 and matches the month of the astrological Western Zodiac (star sign) Scorpio and the year of the Chinese Animal Rabbit. Michelle has a very facinating astrological profile using Birthday Divination, Western, Chinese, Celtic (Druid) Astrology, Numerology and Colorology. Below you can view all the matching astrological zodiac signs and symbols in this all-in-one spiritual profile. In Numerology the divine number is derived from the first name Michelle.
Moringa oleifera "Drumstick tree" and variants thereof redirect here. This name is also used for the golden shower tree (Cassia fistulosa) Moringa oleifera is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Moringa, which is the only genus in the family Moringaceae. 35+ Camping Tips, Tricks & Treats Summer holidays are just around the corner and if you have a camping trip or two on your agenda, you might just find a new trick or two in this bunch! I’ve put together a list of projects and ideas to help around the campsite, a list of must-have home remedies (for poison ivy, mosquito bites, etc.), plus a bunch of fun ideas for cooking you might want to try this year…and don’t miss the old-timer’s fishing weather poem and dependable rope knot examples at the bottom of the page. Lots here and I’ll be adding more goodies to this page as I find them so you may want to bookmark it for future reference.
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