The winter months are approaching, but here in Florida, your home gardening plans don’t need to be put on pause! The good part of Florida winters being mild in temperature is that there are still many vegetable options to choose from. If you are looking for some edible garden ideas, below are some vegetables, starches,… Continue reading Central Florida’s Winter Guide to Edible Gardening
Plastic: once seen as an industrial miracle, but, now it’s only become our planet’s worst nightmare. One of the most dire issues we face as a planet is the plastic problem. All life on our planet is affected, whether we directly realize it or not. Plastic has only been mass-produced since the 1950’s and the… Continue reading Planet Earth vs. Plastic
The real cost of food doesn’t only involve our actual money, but it can also cost us our local farmers, our community, our environment and our own health. How are we going to compromise on our own food but have it affect some of the most valuable and priceless things in our lives? Our chase… Continue reading The Real Cost of Food
Happy Pollinator Week! To conclude this awesome week, today’s blog is dedicated to food forests, which benefit, birds, bees, bats, butterflies, and YOU! What is a food forest you ask? Food forests are a facet of permaculture, meant to imitate a self-sustaining natural eco-system, creating a biologically diverse environment. Do you ever grow tired of… Continue reading Food Forest Friday!