Laziness is often accompanied by guilt. But when it comes to your lawn, there’s ample justification to do less rather than …
The fact that so many people are up in arms about a Michigan woman facing jail time for planting a garden in her front yard is an obvious indictment of meddling local code officials gone off the deep end. The case also serves as …
So you want to save money on food? It may be time to readjust your taste buds, get your hands dirty, and eat something you might normally want to shoo out of your house or rip out of your pristine lawn.
Out in the woods, in parks, meadows, and backyards, and often right on the side of the road, there are foods that grow naturally, and that are yours for the taking.
“Yes, there is such a thing as a free lunch, and you’re probably walking on it every day.” A story reveals how to make meals with dandelions and other edible things that grow in your yard — and that you’re probably accustomed to treating with pesticides or angrily ripping out from the roots. Brilliant headline too.
Weeds have just as much right to be in your yard as grass. So why are you putting all sorts of time, money, and chemicals into your front lawn?