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Organic Gardening in Hawaii

Published on February 27, 2013 by

by Jessica Wood

 

With over 85% of its food shipped in from thousands of miles away, Hawaii is in need of more organic farms and gardens to ensure a sustainable food supply. Luckily, a wide variety of vegetables and tropical fruits thrive here, while balmy winter temperatures allow for ...

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Landscape Planning for Natural Disasters

Published on September 21, 2012 by

Surviving Issac in SW Louisiana

Still picking up branches and pressure washing leaves off cars and buildings following Hurricane Isaac's double landfall in Louisiana…. The dry, fallen leaves from the native Live Oaks turned into a sticky, pasty substance when mixed and churned by the hurricane's blasting winds. All the ...

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Organic Gardening in East Texas

Published on September 17, 2012 by

Fall

The Texas sun glares bright and it’s over 100 in the shade. Hard to tell it’s fall, and time to plan the autumnal garden. My hands don’t itch as much to get in the soil as they do in the spring. Still that preternatural urge tugs and I’ll start ...

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