this is a good sign:
hunters/fishers worried about environment
there have been many groups who have been conservation minded- my friend's husband used to belong to ducks unlimited and made gorgeous carvings to raise money towards conservation. it was a privilege to watch him work.
i am planning to put in some flower beds and also try my hand at growing some tomatoes and peppers this season- so i thought i might try composting also. there were several great links- and many folks who have yards probably know the basics. i have never composted- mulched but not composted--and i live where i don't have a yard. there are ways to compost in urban environments and i decided to start there. it is just my husband and i so we aren't going to be generating much- although i have a feeling that i may be surprised. :) anyhoo- if you are interested- google composting. i will give the link for an idea on urban composting. give it a try!
i opted against the worm composting for a couple of reasons- i don't dig worms and i don't know what i would do if i had too many. worms aren't like friendship bread :)
you grow girl!
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