October 28, 2015 in Clubs & Sports: Garden Club Prepares for a New Year
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The Garden Club is back again this year and it has a lot in store. Students interested in learning about organic gardening techniques, composting and more can get involved this year. According to their website, club members are “dedicated to helping …

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November is a time to clean up, prepare – and vote
www.charlotteobserver.com

Pansies, as Mike McGrath, former editor of Organic Gardening, says, “love sun, but hate heat.” Keeping leaves off your lawn also helps grass get the sun it needs to thrive. You can apply a moderate application of fertilizer this month to your fescue …

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Ask the Bugman: Organic gardening has many benefits
www.dchieftain.com

In this column I want to talk about the benefits of organic gardening as opposed to buying fruits and vegetables in stores that are covered in pesticides. The bad part is that nobody is required to tell you what kind of pesticides your food has been …

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Briefs: WGHS drama kids plan Haunted House
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Topics include electric rates, civility, sustainable living and legislative/legal updates. Information also will be available on permit requirements; zoning complaints; neighborhood sustainability; buffelgrass; air/water quality; graffiti abatement …

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Sustainable Living: Clemson's Seneca Treehouse Project
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Right in the backyard of the Clemson community is the Seneca Treehouse Project, a sustainable living venture with a host of resources and services accessible by Clemson students seeking to live greener. Scott Bunn, founder of the Seneca Treehouse …

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Fall and Winter Crops
www.motherearthnews.com

As Barbara Kingsolver observed in her book Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, that the time to be thinking about eating local food is in January, when you plan your garden, not in August and September, as you harvest and preserve. She is right—and, by the …

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Welcome to the 25th Annual Best of Tucson
www.tucsonweekly.com

Even as a kid, I was a grumpy realist, reading books like William Poundstone's Big Secrets which gave away how David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear. I remember being dragged to a magic store once and openly discussing how some of …

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Women are more likely to care for the planet. Men worry about their masculinity.
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Men resist many of the sustainable lifestyle practices that women have embraced, such as reusable shopping bags, smaller cars, and vegetarianism. Gender could be affecting your level of commitment to sustainable living. Women are more likely than men …

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5 Easy Ways to Apply Permaculture to your Community Garden
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The Community Garden movement is sweeping the nation. For Americans nationwide who do not have the space to farm at home, community plots offer an accessible way to produce local healthy foods. Upon becoming a board member of the Benicia …

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