Gardening: Going back to its roots (Greeley Tribune)
There's something nostalgic going on in the garden. For generations people have worked the earth. Now that it's spring, as sure as the shining sun, gardeners will grab their gloves and spades and head outside in the coming months.
Spring is flinging in preparation for annual gardening show (Durant Daily Democrat)
The Master Gardeners are working hard today to prepare for its fourth annual Spring Garden Fling, to be held at the Bryan County Community Building. “We are all set to open with a bang,” said Clay Jones, OSU extension agent and Master Gardener.
The arrival of spring means sun, longer days and gardening duties (Southlake Times)
As of Thursday, spring has officially sprung, bringing with it the prospect of longer days, splashes of color from any number of wildflowers and cultivated plantings and a multitude of gardening chores.
Gardening accessories as nice as the flowers Dallas Morning News (subscription), TX - 5 hours ago It's not easy to find women's gardening gloves and accessories that are as fashionable as they are functional. So last year, Kara Buttimer took the matter ...
Gardening: Going back to its roots - Greeley Tribune
Gardening: Going back to its roots Greeley Tribune, CO - 6 hours ago There’s something familiar, yet fresh, pure and gratifying when it comes to gardening. And this year, it’s all about going back to the roots, ...
Mag thieves must enjoy gardening Exmouth Herald, UK - 9 hours ago PC Sean Cashin of Exmouth said: "It may be that the thieves wanted to surprise their families by doing some DIY and gardening over the weekend - most of the ...
Learn about 'California friendly' gardening - Agoura Hills Acorn
Learn about 'California friendly' gardening Agoura Hills Acorn, CA - 6 hours ago By Stephanie Bertholdo email@example.com. The Las Virgenes Municipal Water District is inviting customers to register for four free classes on how to ...
Gardening Column - Tomatoes Ulster Herald (subscription), UK - 9 hours ago Growing your own vegetables or fruit is an amazing experience, the process is almost magical. In the course of a few months, or sometimes even a few short ...
Australia, which refuses to sign the Kyoto Protocol on climate change, will ask other nations to contribute to a new fund to combat deforestation and global warming, Prime Minister John Howard said on Thursday.
Gore Searches for New U.S. Venue for Climate Concert
Plans by environment crusader Al Gore for a climate change rock concert at the U.S. Capitol are running into some Republican opposition.
The former Democratic presidential candidate wanted to hold one of seven worldwide "Live Earth" concerts on the National Mall in the U.S. capital on July 7.
Cuban Leader Assails U.S. Biofuel Policies in Sign He May Be Recovering
Fidel Castro lashes out against U.S. biofuel plans in an op-ed piece published Thursday, a sign Cuba's 80-year-old leader may be taking a more active role in public affairs after months sidelined by a still undisclosed illness.
Tiny Blind Animal Halts Billion Dollar Aussie Mine
A blind spider-like animal has stopped development of a multi-billion-dollar iron ore mine in Australia after an environmental body rejected the project for fear the tiny cave-dweller would become extinct.
China tiger breeders called for the lifting of a ban on selling tiger parts on Thursday, saying the trade in tiger medicines used to treat rheumatism and loss of sexual appetite would help preserve the endangered species.
There's an old joke about the number of people it takes to change a light bulb. But because the newer energy-efficient kinds contain tiny amounts of mercury, the hard part is getting rid of them when they burn out.
Understanding and Evaluating Carbon Offset Programs
Carbon offsets are a way for anyone who drives a car, turns on a light or takes a plane to "offset" their carbon dioxide emissions by investing in a green project aimed at reducing the CO2 in the atmosphere.