Entries tagged with “Gardening”
“Here are 12 permaculture principles to begin with, gathered from permaculturists of the land, of the house, and of the mind.”
In creating cultivated backyards, we are removing habitat for wild animals. Here are some ideas for keeping all beings in mind when creating a garden.
The art of “synchronizing yourself to the natural flow of the energy that surrounds you”
Adapted excerpt from The Well-Gardened Mind by Sue Stuart-Smith. (Copyright © 2020 by Sue Stuart-Smith. Reprinted by permission of Scribner, an Imprint of Simon & Schuster Inc.)
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Ready to grow your own food this season?On this in-studio episode of Conscious Living®, gardening expert Meredith Sheperd, the founder of Love and Carrots, shares time-tested secre…
One afternoon last summer, an official from the Department of Agriculture unexpectedly stopped by Angela Macke’s farm in Leelanau County, Michigan, to give her — believe it or not …
Grow Your Own? Mushroom cultivation can be rewarding. Here's some advice if you're interested in taking the fungi plunge.
When it comes to plant-based nutrition, most people envision long rows of organic farmland with luxurious stretches of leafy lettuces, kale, and other greens. But there’s another t…
Clean eating to be more than a health practice; it can be a spiritual practice.
Does it help to be able to see your seeds?
“It may be that poetry’s work is preparatory, like the work of the earthworms in garden soil.”
In this week’s Products for Health Review, we look at three wonderful ways to improve your wellbeing. In each case, a classic mat has been transformed into something very spe…
It's late summer, and your garden is bursting with fruits and vegetables that are full of vitamins and antioxidants. The problem is, you just can’t force yourself to eat any more o…
Cultivate the landscape of your soul and your soil with these picks from S&H
Mental and physical benefits of tending to plants
“There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.” —Aldo Leopold