Planning and planting

A recent post by Dana at The Druid's Garden on the Principles of Sacred Gardening got me itching to get out into the garden, get my hands in the dirt and start planting things! Alas, this weekend's rather got away from me, and while I may get some things done today it won't be as... Continue Reading →

Leave the lawn alone

A recent global scientific review has painted a bleak picture of biodiversity loss, especially in regard to insects. Some 40% of insect species are in decline, with a third endangered. Insects may be small, but they are profoundly significant to ecosystems. From pollinating plants that we and other animals depend on for food, to being... Continue Reading →

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