Check out what I think is a pretty good answer to that often asked question!
Herbicide Contaminants in Purchased Straw, Compost, Manure & Dairy Waste
by Tom Allen
For the coming season be very careful what off-site inputs you bring into your garden or farm. Though they have been de-listed for lawn use, the herbacides Clopyralid, and Aminopyralid can still turn up in mulch and compost. They are used in industrial ag. as a weed killer in grain fields and pasture. They are…
I am new to Sustainable Seattle and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Curt Andersen and I work for a company called Net Zero Impact. We are a solar hot water installation company that focuses on mainly commercial projects (think high needs for hot water, ie schools, breweries, hospitals, etc.). We also work with homeowners to find the best possible solar solutions. We are based out of the Lake City area and are trying to get the word out about what we…Continue
Added by Net Zero Impact on March 15, 2011 at 1:38pm — No Comments
Spring crops are almost here. April 1st delivery.
Check out www.eatyouryard.com/plant-starts-online!
Added by Michael Seliga-Soulseed on March 13, 2011 at 10:31pm — No Comments
One of our active members and gung-ho urban farmer, BJ Hedahl, was featured recently in this article in the Seattle Times:
The article includes a nice list of resources, including a link to Sustainable NE Seattle.
Our Northeast Seattle community centers are starting registration March 8th at 12pm for the spring session of classes and activities. Take a look at their catalog on the Parks Dept website Parks Dept and join the fun and learning. Brochure pdf on right hand side of the page.
Added by Joann Kerr on March 2, 2011 at 12:22pm — No Comments