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Jan 29 2015

Rain Gardens – A Far Flowing Reach

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  Far-flowing reach by Stacie Zinn Roberts DESIGN/BUILD   Rain gardens are coming into demand for their environmental benefits. January 12, 2015 In certain parts of the country, rain gardens are growing in popularity and that trend is becoming a factor in the health of local environments. And it’s a trend in which you can […]

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Dec 28 2014

New Years Resolutions for the Garden

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Marin Master Gardeners: New Year’s resolutions for your garden Little changes can have big impacts, locally and globally By Karen Gideon Marin Master Gardener 12/26/2014   Toast in the New Year with garden resolutions. Two key ingredients to ensuring your soil is healthy is… Compost and Mulch! As 2014 winds to a close, for many […]

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Dec 16 2014

How to Make Your Lawn More Eco-Friendly in the Bay Area: An Interview with Brett Graf of Habitat Gardens

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Considering the environmental impact your lawn and lawn care practices have on the earth is an extremely important aspect to being a homeowner. That’s why we interviewed Brett Graf of Habitat Gardens to learn more about environmental issues as they relate to lawns and landscapes, and how you can make your lawn more eco-friendly. – […]

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Oct 07 2010

350.org all day long at TerraGnoma in Seabright/Santa Cruz! SPEAKERS, DEMOS AND WORKSHOPS in our permaculture-designed, ecologically-built, habitat-rich community demonstration garden:

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OCTOBER IS “LET’S GET OUR GARDENS STARTED MONTH” AT TERRAGNOMA COMMUNITY DEMONSTRATION GARDEN. Fall is the best time to plant in the Central Coast, when the soil is warm and soon the winter rains will come to quench the soil’s summer thirst and help new root systems and the soil to build up. It’s the […]

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