Posts tagged "Sustainability"
Visit from “Going Local”

Visit from “Going Local”

Victoria Wesseler of Indiana's Going Local stops by for a meal.
The Spring Garden

The Spring Garden

The garden is established enough to enjoy the early spring.
Community Harvest

Community Harvest

Plenty of urban fruit goes to waste. Volunteers in our neighborhood distributed to people in need.
Thinking about Rain Barrels

Thinking about Rain Barrels

Better than nothing, a single rain barrel isn't very effective for Seattle's weather pattern.
Green Roofs for Rabbit Hutches

Green Roofs for Rabbit Hutches

Instead of 24 square feet of tar, we're growing strawberries on top of the rabbit hutch.
New Focus: Food

New Focus: Food

Our kitchen is global; that might not be the adventure we ought to be having.
Butchering a Pig: A Field Style How-To

Butchering a Pig: A Field Style How-To

I wanted to understand how much work it would take to process a pig in the event I bought one. As a bit of a foodie, I'm curious to make my own sausage, and try cooking some bits of the pig that are harder to get or more questionable. Finally, it should come as no...
Trapping Potatoes the Easy Way!

Trapping Potatoes the Easy Way!

There's plenty of ways to grow lots of potatoes in a very small space, but they all require the same watchful eye: as the plant grows, you continue to pile soil around it, budding tubers off the freshly buried stems.
Starting Starts for Summer

Starting Starts for Summer

Last year I think we were both very excited by the potential of this and were even talking a small greenhouse, but my enthusiasm had definitely cooled.