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Saving The Planet One Yard at a Time

A concept that started with a rather bitter seed has grown into something beautiful and so much bigger than myself.  For many years I have known the Planet needed saving but I wasn’t exactly sure how anyone would go about it.  It was rough for me to see the way people seemed to have lost sight of …

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Water Conservation, (We are long over due)

Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink?  It’s no surprise that after years of record droughts and historic heat waves that people would be thinking of ways to conserve water, but the truth is that water conservation is long overdue. Contrary to popular belief, the drought didn’t begin two years ago it actually …

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The Heat Is On!!! Historic Drought Strikes 14 States…

Well that is certainly depressing news isn’t it.  Whether you belive in Global Warming or not, you cannot deny the record heat and shortage of water.  I just returned from a trip to the  New England area where the rain is abundant, the temperatures are magnificent and the ocean is plenty.  In checking the weather …

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Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day April 22nd, I would like to make some suggestions for some easy ways you can make some really big changes in your impact on our beautiful planet. One of the easiest ways is to choose native and adaptive plants. Native and adaptive plants use less water and attract native bees …

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