As we might not think too much about the origin of the tasteful honey that we enjoy for breakfast, it surely is one of the most astonishing workers, who serves us with the sweet gold. Bees not only offer beautiful products like wax or even propolis, that can help us fight the next wave of influenca, they also keep our planet alive. As researches have shown, without them the human species would not survive for long.
In only seven informative pages, this document gives you the first ideas of how to invite bees into your garden as well as recommendations…
If you live in an urban area, you might miss out on the beauty of wildlife. This report helps you to get an idea of plants and trees, that attract different species of butterflies, birds or even squirrels. It also gives advice about the planting and suggestions about the setting of your new, lively garden. Depending on your location, further research about indiginous plants that grow well your area might be nessecary.
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The first sunbeam dares to shyly peak through my window and softly wakes me up. Two big, round eyes seem to have watched my sleep for a while, my dog politely asks me to shake of my laggardness to discover this young day. The air still wears its cold coat of the night, so I put on my woolen hat and we run together. The birds are singing triumphantly, because right after the last snow, they already knew winter was over now, while we didn’t dare to stowage our warm boots in the closet yet.
Our way automatically directs towards…
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If you are looking for an introduction to aquaponics that is simple to build, fun to watch and demonstrate to friends and family the joy of soil less gardening. This small unit may be for you. It is capable of growing various vegetables and herbs and would be a wonderful addition to the home kitchen as a source of fresh herbs and occasionally (depending on the species used) a fish or two. What it most likely won’t do is provide the vegetables to sustain someone on it’s own. That is for a much larger system. Fish production is also…
The way we handle shit also reflects our attitude towards the body and its function. The development of Mr. Crapper’s water closet and urban sewer systems coincides with the ascendance of Victorian priggishness typified by clothing that disguised the body’s true form from head to foot. The gleaming white functional bathroom was perfected in the twenties – a period noted for its crusade against “germs” – those nasty creatures in the Listerine ads.
One wonders how the bacteria that sustain our lives ever survived the rhetoric of the antiseptic hygiene age.
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