Category Archives: Gardening

#gardening with kids

Gardening with kids improves social skills and behavior, increases science achievement scores and respect for nature.

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#upcycling #tires as building material

I recently wrote a pair of posts on the global waste tyre problem, and how we can reduce, reuse and recycle the billion plus tyres discarded every year. There’s one further use that I’ve been saving for a Friday, when I like to write about sustainable buildings. Because if you’ve a vast stock of heavy, […]

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Garden Ideas for Kids — DIY Home

If you’re a parent or guardian seeking to develop the gardening skills of your child or ward, here are 6 awesome garden ideas for kids you would definitely fall in love with. Building your child’s gardening skills comes with a lot of perks and nary a downside. It provides recreation and fun, develops their motor […]

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Bees and Our Survival — Site Title

BEES AND OUR SURVIVAL By Admire Nyathi Pope Francis’s address to the United States of America Congress in 2016 stated that man poses components shaped by the physical, chemical and biological elements that can develop in the ecological environment of our world hence any harm done to the environment is done to humanity. “Man […]

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Natural Flea and Tick Spray, 38% OFF

Vet’s Best Natural Flea and Tick Home Spray for Cats kills fleas, flea eggs, and ticks by contact. Also repels mosquitoes
Carefully formulated with cats in mind using a unique blend of certified natural oils like Peppermint Oil and Eugenol (from Clove plants). Proven effective and manufactured in the USA
Calming, pleasant smell with no added fragrance
Non-staining formula can be used indoor or outdoor on home surfaces such as pet bedding, cat furniture, upholstery, rugs, and outdoor surfaces
Can be used around cats and the whole family. Can also be used directly on cats 12 weeks or older when used as directed