One Friday each month I like to link up to various other blogs and resources I find on the internet and share some of the things I’ve found to be helpful or interesting. Take a look and maybe find out something new!
Some excellent info about allowing your Christmas tree to decompose in your back yard as a DIY ecology project.
How to know if a seed variety is good for container gardening from Fruition Seeds.
How to better make use the “days to maturity” information on seed packets from Garden Betty.
An article from Bird Studies Canada about the first ever Christmas Bird Counter in British Columbia.
Why woodpeckers are keystone species in many ecosystems from Woodland Woman.
How to make Wild Bark Tea from How to Cook a Weed.
Granola recipe using sumac (you can forage this or pick it up at spice stores) as one of the flavours from Food52.
Marisa from Food in Jars is doing another preserving “mastery challenge” this year.
Really great article on a baker’s relationship with their sourdough starter.
I had an amazing time a few months ago at the laminated pastry workshop at Bluebunch Farm! Monika will be announcing the spring schedule for workshops soon!
Some tips on making your own coiled pine needle basket from Joybilee Farm.
Make your own eco-friendly confetti with this tutorial from Mother Natured.
Tutorial for making old/thrifted sweaters into mittens from the Renegade Seamstress.
A great tutorial on Instructables for making a basket out of plastic shopping bags.
Some ideas from National Geographic for reducing the plastic waste your family creates this year.
Guide to recycling your Christmas lights in British Columbia, Canada.
If you’re interested in cloth diapers, here’s a discount code for Nuggles Diapers by following this link, or entering code: AFORAGERSHOME at checkout! This is an amazing company run by a local mom and we love using them on our kids!
A really thorough guide to buying in Bulk, especially for those located in Kamloops by Ahem! Waste-Free Life
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