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Did you know there’s a flower that pokes its bud through the snow, impatient for spring? They’re called snowdrops, galanthus nivalis. They’re one of my favorite flowers, especially since they’re a sure sign that spring is on the way. But did you also know that there’s more than one type of snowdrop? And there are snowdrops that actually grow in the autumn!
Living off the grid – whether by choice or by chance – is all about efficiency. You need to learn to make the most of your land, your water, and even your food waste. That’s where worm composting comes in. Worm composting makes use of mealworms and earthworms to create a valuable soil additive called…
If you’re ready to take on a new project, why not consider constructing a pole barn? This type of building can add some much-needed storage space and covered area to a residential property. Unfortunately, due to the scarcity of information regarding pole barns, very few individuals take on such an ambitious project.