Home /Animal Care /Mountain Pleasure HorsesPHOTO: Mountain Pleasure/FlickrUse: Mountain Pleasure Horses are used primarily as family horses, rather than for show, although the breed association does sponsor a breed show each year. Mountain Pleasure Horses make excellent trail mounts because of their sturdy constitution and calm dispositions.
1First, put a layer of clear coat on to all of your nails.2You can put on colour and another clear coat, but i chose not to :)3Now take your nail stickers and decide which ones you& 39;ll put on each finger.4I decided to use a butterfly for my thumb ....5.... and a flower for my pinky xD6Finnaly, just do another clear coat on top of the nails you put a sticker on and you& 39;re done!
Photo by Rachael BruggerWhether flea beetles are making lace out of your eggplants or tomato hornworms are stripping your favorite slicing tomatoes, we’ve all battled insect pests in the garden. Fortunately, besides handpicking, relying on organic insecticidal soaps or employing lightweight floating row covers, organic gardeners have another weapon in their integrated pest management arsenal: companion planting.
Home /Urban Farming /Urban Farmers May Get a Tax BreakPhoto courtesy of iStockphoto/ThinkstockA new bill proposed in Salt Lake City will give urban farmers a tax break.Urban farmers in Salt Lake City, Utah, might soon be receiving tax breaks on their property. SB22, the measure that will allow this to happen, was sent to the House, thanks to a 29-0 Senate vote.
1Modern phones often have diffrent volume settings for diffrent apps. If you don& 39;t trust the mute setting then this is the way to go to make sure your phone stays silent when you need it to.2I will be usling these old fake Apple headphones.3Cut of everything except for the end of the cable.4Fine-trim your last cut, but make sure you leave enough plastic to get it out of your phone.
Since the inception of Michigan’s Right to Farm Act (P.A. 93) in 1981, it’s served as a model to protect agricultural operations from nuisance suits and local ordinances in states across the country. This changed on April 28, 2014, when the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development made amendments that directly affect small-scale farmers in urban, suburban and rural settings alike.
Home /News & Trending /How Do You Save on Organic Food?How do you save on organic food?According to The Daily Green you can try these six ways to help afford organic food. Read on and then let us know how you save on organics.Negotiate on price at the farmers market. Haggle a bit on the price with the farmer; maye he’ll sell you some less popular items for less, too.
Home /Gardening /How To Make A Tiered Herb Planter Using PotsPHOTO: Jessica WalliserGrowing herbs in pots just a few steps from the kitchen door is smart. It makes it easy to step outside and harvest a handful of homegrown herbs whenever you need them. Plus, growing in pots is not just convenient, it saves space and looks beautiful.
Home /Beginning Farmers /Spring: When Turkeys Fly & Frogs ChirpPHOTO: Rachael DupreeIt’s that magical time of year on the farm when everything is waking up from its months-long slumber. The brown landscape is now turning lush and vibrant, and as I wait for my plant babies in the sunroom to mature and chip away at getting my garden plot into workable order, there’s still space to soak in the beauty that’s unfolding all around.
Home /Urban Farming / Sustainable Living /Parking Garages Could Be The Next Solution For Micro-HousingPHOTO: Savannah College of Art and DesignHow can design change the world? The answer came to life with SCADpad—a community of 135-square-foot homes in a downtown Atlanta fourth-floor parking structure.
Lynsey GrosfieldIn my writing, I’ve alluded to that fact that I am cultivating an “edible forest garden,” though I haven’t fully explained what I mean when I use the phrase. The answer is complicated. Edible forest gardening is one of the earliest modes of cultivation, but it would be difficult to demarcate the point in human history where we started shaping our environment by intention and not by simply living in it.
Home /Crops / Fruits /How to Safely Move Young Trees Long DistancesPHOTO: Daniel JohnsonDo you aim to plant fruit trees on your farm so you can harvest crops of apples, pears and plums for years to come? Do you want to plant beautiful shade trees such as maples or oaks to enhance the landscaping on your farm?