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Diatomaceous Earth (or DE) is a safe and all natural way to control pests and reduce foul smells.
From velcro to high speed trains to self-healing plastics, we are imitating nature's design in our own human technology. It turns out that the most amazing feats of innovation and engineering are all around us.
Find out how several species of animals actually self-medicate instinctually.
Better taste, less health risk, and more biodiversity are just some of the reasons why you should consider raising heirlooms instead of genetically modified or hybrid crops.
Ceiling of La Sagrada Familia by Antoni Gaudi
Beautiful dwellings and structures that reflect the ingenious designs of God found in nature...
Why not simply take a trip to the grocery store to get what you need? The answer: to stop supporting the processed foods industry and to encourage local entrepreneurs. Also, high quality and healthy food for your family is worth going the extra mile.
It's not just botany, it's ethnobotany, a combination of native culture and native plants. You may be surprised at the abundance of creative uses and innovations springing from this combination. Explore the world's many types of ethnobotany in this informative article...
Corn, beans, and squash, the three amigos of Amerindian agriculture. Bring this ancient Native American polycultural technique to your garden this year.
These amazing insects do more than just store away sugary honey. They are part of the crutch on which many plants (including major US crop) and thus, people, stand.