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Using pure fresh water in the garden while sending only “slightly used” grey water into the septic or sewer system is considered wasteful in some situations. Where water is extremely
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Dried olives contain 51.90 percent fat, 30.07 percent water, 10.45 percent carbohydrates, 5.24 percent protein, and 2.33 percent mineral matter, and are exceptionally rich in potassium.
Coconut oil is a superhero ingredient in your kitchen metropolis. Learning how to make soap with coconut oil and harness its cleansing properties as well.
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Our April/May 2017 Issue is NOW AVAILABLE (and now with a new online Flip Book!). Learn how to heat the brooder properly for your chicks; what to feed your new
This guide to how to start beekeeping covers everything from buying bees to making candles … even how to catch swarms and master other beekeeping tasks.
You can use the mineral-free water produced from rain water harvesting for washing windows, watering plants, humidifying your home, watering animals and more.
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