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This easy to build compost sifter keeps the courser materials and debris out of your garden beds. http://diyprojects.ideas2live4.com/2014/10/11/diy-compost-sifter/ You can also use it to sift garden mulch or even rocks out of soil. Do you make your own compost? This simple compost sifter will make your composting easier!

This easy to build compost sifter keeps the courser materials and debris out of your garden beds. http://diyprojects.ideas2live4.com/2014/10/11/diy-compost-sifter/ You can also use it to sift garden mulch or even rocks out of soil. Do you make your own compost? This simple compost sifter will make your composting easier!

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This is why the prairie can store carbon. Only 4% of the tallgrass prairie is left. When the first settlers came to the rich grasslands and dug them up, billions of tons of carbon went into the atmosphere. We are just now figuring this out. HOW do we get the carbon back into the soil when most of that prairie system is gone?   Digging Deep Reveals the Intricate World of Roots http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2015/10/15/digging-deep-reveals-the-intricate-world-of-roots/

This is why the prairie can store carbon. Only 4% of the tallgrass prairie is left. When the first settlers came to the rich grasslands and dug them up, billions of tons of carbon went into the atmosphere. We are just now figuring this out. HOW do we get the carbon back into the soil when most of that prairie system is gone? Digging Deep Reveals the Intricate World of Roots http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2015/10/15/digging-deep-reveals-the-intricate-world-of-roots/

Willow spiling is the most common and best known green solution for bank revetment. The technique uses woven living willow to form flexible, live, growing structures which resist and deflect water flows, enabling the bank and vegetation to naturally re-generate and stabilize to prevent further erosion.  >  Wonder if this would work on our mountains of heavily weathered granite...

Willow spiling for bank revetment. The technique uses woven living willow to form flexible, live, growing structures that resist and deflect water flows, enabling the bank and vegetation to naturally re-generate and stabilise to prevent further erosion.

Eric Renault grows and weaves the most beautiful objects from willow and sweet-chestnut including these raised beds as well as planters and living willow fences.

Eric Renault grows and weaves the most beautiful objects from willow and sweet-chestnut including these raised beds as well as planters and living willow fences.

Perfect for gardening in boxes. Just wish I could see the completed project . #herbgardendesign malloryaevans.com

Perfect for gardening in boxes. Just wish I could see the completed project . #herbgardendesign malloryaevans.com