Bread makes ducks sick, prevents them from learning to forage, and can even deform their wings so they can’t fly. Here are some healthier alternatives, if you must feed the ducks.
One mason bee can pollinate as many blossoms as 100 honey bees!
Norwegian “Windcatchers” could revolutionize offshore wind energy
Bare feet are important to optimal nervous system and brain development
Studies show watermelon seeds fight cancer, protect the heart and increase sperm count! Plus seeded watermelons are sweeter than seedless!
Purslane is medicine, not a menace. It’s also a culinary delight making its way into farmer’s markets and fancy restaurants.
One-acre garden provides fruit, veggies and eggs for 50 families with very little labor More and more people are learning growing food doesn’t have to be hard work. When you work with nature instead of against it, it does much of the work for you.
1. Stop tilling 2. Stop weeding 3. Stop fertilizing 4. Plant cover crops 5. Add compost 6. Add microbes 7. Add worms
Often mistaken for a bumblebee because of its buzzing wings, the “bee hummingbird’s” body is only one inch long and weighs less than a penny!
The counterproductive war on “invasive” plants is funded by herbicide companies. “Invasive” honeysuckle has quadrupled native bird populations, purple loosestrife cleans up polluted waterways, Japanese knotweed is a staple for native pollinators, and kudzu heals soil damaged by human development.