Husking / Hulling Walnuts – Fast and Productive

I share here a really basic system for cleaning the husks off of nuts like Black Walnut, Heartnut, butternut, etc etc. Any nuts that have a … [ad_2]

Paul's food recycling tip – use a nice bowl for your food waste!

Recycle Now have recently been gathering tips from people who recycle their food waste. We’ve had tips from a wide range of people. Whether they live in a flat, a house or a bungalow and whether they have small or large kitchens; they’ve all found ways to really make food recycling work for them. Paul’s… Continue reading Paul's food recycling tip – use a nice bowl for your food waste!

Communities growing food. Sustainable Gardening Australia (SGA)

Earlier in the year around 70 Sustainable Gardening Australia supporters made the trek out to Brunswick to participate in the first in a series of World Café style events as part of SGA’s ongoing commitment to inspire, empower and connect communities to garden sustainably. We asked our supporters in attendance to consider and discuss what… Continue reading Communities growing food. Sustainable Gardening Australia (SGA)

Maria's food recycling tip – don't forget to recycle tea bags!

Recycle Now have recently been gathering tips from people who recycle their food waste. We’ve had tips from a wide range of people. Whether they live in a flat, a house or a bungalow and whether they have small or large kitchens; they’ve all found ways to really make food recycling work for them. Maria’s… Continue reading Maria's food recycling tip – don't forget to recycle tea bags!

Julia's food recycling tip – keep your caddy in a cupboard or drawer

Recycle Now have recently been gathering tips from people who recycle their food waste. We’ve had tips from a wide range of people. Whether they live in a flat, a house or a bungalow and whether they have small or large kitchens; they’ve all found ways to really make food recycling work for them. Julia’s… Continue reading Julia's food recycling tip – keep your caddy in a cupboard or drawer

Dave's food recycling tip – keep your caddy near the dishwasher

Recycle Now have recently been gathering tips from people who recycle their food waste. We’ve had tips from a wide range of people. Whether they live in a flat, a house or a bungalow and whether they have small or large kitchens; they’ve all found ways to really make food recycling work for them. Dave’s… Continue reading Dave's food recycling tip – keep your caddy near the dishwasher

Lynda's food recycling tip – line your bin caddy with kitchen towel

Recycle Now have recently been gathering tips from people who recycle their food waste. We’ve had tips from a wide range of people. Whether they live in a flat, a house or a bungalow and whether they have small or large kitchens; they’ve all found ways to really make food recycling work for them. Lynda’s… Continue reading Lynda's food recycling tip – line your bin caddy with kitchen towel

Grow a lot of Food in Small Spaces with Container Gardening

Grow a lot of Food in Small Spaces with Container Gardening If you have access to a patio, balcony or deck these small spaces are great for container gardening. Although I have a larger garden I like having crops we use more often close at hand. Before you get going make sure your deck gets… Continue reading Grow a lot of Food in Small Spaces with Container Gardening

Sustainable Living: Innovative Ways To Grow Your Own Food!

Sustainable Living: Innovative Ways To Grow Your Own Food! The word, Hydroponic, comes from Latin and means working water. Simply put, it is the art of growing plants without soil. When most people think of hydroponics, they think of plants grown with their roots suspended directly into water with no growing medium. This is just… Continue reading Sustainable Living: Innovative Ways To Grow Your Own Food!

How I use Permaculture Principals to Grow More Food my Small Garden

I have used some of the concepts and principles in permaculture to build my garden and the practices I use. Central to my gardening methods are the principals of permanent agriculture through the use of perennials [2] and sustainable methods of food production [3]. Many of the principles I use in my garden are inspired… Continue reading How I use Permaculture Principals to Grow More Food my Small Garden

Alberta Urban Garden Simple, Organic and Sustainable Channel Introduction July 2015

The Alberta Urban Garden Channel hopes to promote organic gardening that is simple, sustainable and does not have to cost a lot. We do this by investigating the Science behind gardening, methods, practices and products to make sure that you will have the best chance of successfully growing your own food at home. The best… Continue reading Alberta Urban Garden Simple, Organic and Sustainable Channel Introduction July 2015

シロギスを釣って食う ソーラークッカーで焼き魚 Solar cooking utensils

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Kat's food recycling tip – line your caddy with newspaper

Recycle Now have recently been gathering tips from people who recycle their food waste. We’ve had tips from a wide range of people. Whether they live in a flat, a house or a bungalow and whether they have small or large kitchens; they’ve all found ways to really make food recycling work for them. Kat… Continue reading Kat's food recycling tip – line your caddy with newspaper

Dawn's food recycling tip – use an old plastic pot to collect your food waste

Recycle Now have recently been gathering tips from people who recycle their food waste. We’ve had tips from a wide range of people. Whether they live in a flat, a house or a bungalow and whether they have small or large kitchens; they’ve all found ways to really make food recycling work for them. Dawn’s… Continue reading Dawn's food recycling tip – use an old plastic pot to collect your food waste