Tag: organic fertilyzer
Raising Earthworms may be a good first step in acheiving zero waste. They eat all organic material as well as paper products. The castings make excellent fertilizer in solid or liquid form.
Cardboard, Zucchini and Rotten Pumpkins; Bonanza for Some striving for Zero Waste. Circle Gardening, Step 1.
This is the basis of how I garden, it all fits together as I will explain “Circle Gardening” in my next blog. I collect cardboard, leaves, newspaper, discarded vegetables, and most other organic stuff for use in my worm farm, garden, compost units, and leaf towers. I’ll show you next time.
That is the way of the rivers for millions of years before the Ancestral Peoples made their way South to the fertile valley East of what is now the San Francisco Bay. They made their homes here, they would return to the river every late Spring after the water receded. When the Rains would return in the Autumn the people would migrate to the higher foothills to the West.
I began the day not outside on the riverside deck as usual but behind the sliding glass door looking out. Little Skunkpuppy won’t go outside in the morning for several reasons all of them relative to the weather. Our ritual is while I’m reclaiming used coffee from the day before in the microwave, I give […]