With a little research, some smart planning, and even a little technology, there’s no reason not to move from your couch to your garden even earlier this year.
Farm subsidies to the tune of $316 million for wealthy people around the U.S. (most of whom had little to do with agriculture) prompted the New York Post to dub the situation a “Load of Crop.”
What happens when a population gets too big to support itself? Global population numbers are estimated to hit 10 billion people by 2050, but with changing diets, water shortages, and energy demands, the future could be very hungry.
A monthly planner for gardening tasks. A good gardener never rests, even in the middle of January!
You may be looking forward to a winter on the couch with a good book, but there is one last garden task that needs to be done. You know the old adage: if you take care of your tools, they will take care of you.
While starting your own business is no easy feat, the good news is that support is available in a number of different forms, from provincial programs to independent organizations.
As part of our gift guide series, some amazing ideas that bring the outdoors in.
Clever ideas for the gardeners on your gift list.
Roger Doiron has a simple solution for the global food crisis… He says millions of people, all around the world, need to plant healthy kitchen gardens.
A Spanish company has introduced a raincoat made of compostable bio-plastic.