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Most of us try to find the time to exercise, eat right, and get enough sleep because we know that's all part of a healthy lifestyle. What you may be surprised to know is that volunteering can play a significant role in your well-being.
Everyone is so busy today that it can be hard to find the time to volunteer, but volunteering has surprising benefits for your ...
I have had occasion to write elsewhere about the two gardening extremes, which I refer to as BF and SF. BF stands for brute force, and refers to a garden that achieves its goals by the application of much labor and many resources. SF stands for survival of the fittest, where the garden is established with varying degrees of design and intention, and then allowed to go its own way. Most of our gardens fall somewhere in the middle of this spectrum, but this past summer, I was lucky enough to vi...
Why Garlic and Potatoes?
I've been on a quest to master the art of growing garlic, and potatoes are simply fun for children to grow and harvest.
This quest to grow garlic began in 2017, when I planted the first garlic crop, in the Reeves-Reed Arboretum's Square Foot Garden, and harvested dismally tiny garlic bulbs, in the summer of 2018.
The second planting...