Something else to be certain to check is the particular of the service. You should make without the service has lots of trucks that are capable of carrying anything that you may be capable of to throw away.
Step six - Cut the middle-man and book through the rental company directly. Some online services may impose a fee to complete the transaction. Go the one step further by finding the service's contact information online and giving them a call directly.…
Another kid that is conducting real estate renovation project would most likely need a central place to store the different debris and garbage they have a tendency to accumulate. During renovations, your current several materials regarding floors tile, wallpaper, cabinetry and kitchen counter surfaces, amongst others. Most people lack or have immediate access to a trash trash can sufficiently big to store the different material.
To be a general rule, the type of waste that you are put… Continue
This gadget is developed to choose treatment of critical teaching and severe problems. The belt is made with an adjustable waistline dimension expanding to a sizing forty seven" but an extra 5" extension can be more can be furnishing the belt a optimum midsection proportions of fifty… Continue
Are you wondering what to look for when shopping for baby strollers? There are many different features you can find, such as seats that recline, a lightweight design or a travel system that works with your baby car seat. You are going to see so many different baby strollers and it is important to pick the one that is the best fit for your budget and your lifestyle. If you need help, keep reading this article; we're going to show you some things that should help make the choice easier for… Continue
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Just thought I should put out an early word that our greenhouse is almost full of seedlings for our 2013 tomato plants, pepper plants, and strawberry plants. Our target date for optimum condition will be May 10-20.
We will also have a few other things ready by then as well, including our locally grown, organic asparagus.
See our website for updates, availability, and market locations:…
STReaM Pollinator Garden Project at Bozeman High School
Students participating in STReaM (Summer Tutoring for Reading and Math) need your help installing a Pollinator Garden at Bozeman High School. Students participating in the program are learning about the importance of pollinators in the environment, and in particular, to sustainable agriculture in Montana. The program is "jump starting" the Bridger Alternative…
The public is invited to a pollinator garden presentation at REI, 2220 Tschache Street, Bozeman, June 7th, 6:30 pm.Participants will learn how to protect and increase pollinator habitat through the installation of pollinator gardens. A pollinator garden project at the Bridger Alternative Program at Bozeman High School will also be highlighted. The program presenters, Casey Delphia, Research Associate in the Department of Land Resources and Environmental…
Permaculture Film Night - Farming with Nature - A Case Study of Successful Temperate Permaculture Thursday, November 10, 7-8pm Small Conference Room, Bozeman Public Library Free!
Farming with Nature - A Case Study of Successful Temperate Permaculture follows Sepp Holzer, the Austrian farmer, forester, author and international consultant for natural agriculture. Coming from a line of farmers, he took over his parents' mountain farm business in 1962 and… Continue
Added by Kareen Erbe on November 7, 2011 at 10:51am —
Max and Crew just finished up a lasagna garden here. They were all very helpful. And dedicated... they went on from here to start another garden this afternoon. Thank you all for your time, work, and instruction.
Added by Dave Hennager on October 15, 2011 at 12:38pm —
Broken Ground will offer a Composting 101 workshop on Saturday, October 8 from 9 – 11am at Three Hearts Farm in Bozeman. If you can't make this workshop, another will be offered on Saturday, October 22. Come learn the fundamentals of building a good compost pile, materials you can and can not compost, different composting systems, including worm bins, as well as tips and tricks for cold climate composting. Convert your kitchen waste into valuable nutrients for your garden. This workshop is… Continue
Added by Kareen Erbe on September 26, 2011 at 1:11pm —
Broken Ground will offer a two-part workshop series, Permaculture Design Fundamentals, on two consecutive Tuesdays, September 20 and 27 from 5:30-7:30pm at Three Hearts Farm in Bozeman. Learn how to transform your property into an edible landscape! This workshop introduces you to the fundamentals of permaculture design and gives you ideas you can implement this fall that will lead to a more productive garden in the spring. Cost of the workshop is $35. Please sign-up in advance. For more… Continue
Added by Kareen Erbe on September 12, 2011 at 5:09pm —
Reduce your household waste and contribute valuable nutrients to your garden! Come learn the fundamentals of building a good compost pile, materials you can and can not compost, different composting systems, including worm bins, as well as tips and tricks for cold climate composting. This workshop is hands-on so come prepared to get your hands dirty! Workshop cost is $15. Please sign up in advance.…
Well! A lot has happened since my last post. In (close to) chronological order I got about seven replies on the survey out of about 87 neighbors, three of which were disinterested, and the rest were all for it. Unfortunately, I only have an oral record of who was interested. Ah, well. At least the interest is there! (and the horribly lame poster that I hurriedly put together five minutes before the neighborhood garage sale, for the sale, will be quietly disposed of...)
So, I have to write about what's been going on in my garden, but also tell you of some surprises that I found. Up to date, I have harvested radishes, lettuces, peas! how glorious!, and a few green beans. My spinach didn't seem to do so well, I think mainly because it wasn't getting enough sun. It went mainly to seed very quickly.
I planted bush beans as I didn't want to/nor did I have the materials to support pole beans. However, somehow, two pole bean plants made their way in my… Continue
Broken Ground, a permaculture education and garden design business, will offer a series of workshops and events in August and September aimed at helping people create edible landscapes. Workshops can be taken as a series or can stand alone.
Upcoming workshops and events (click on the links…
I wonder if enough of us, critical mass, could agree that fruit trees are fine for street trees in Bozeman, maybe we could change the course of history. The United States just does not use fruit trees to line their boulevards and they think lawns are good for landscaping. Personally, I think strawberries are way better as a landscaping tool. What do you think, I know we would be butting heads with the powers that be, but think of the amazing amount of fruit that could be produced for fun and… Continue
Thank you 1000 New Gardens for your recommendations regarding this project!!
Since I have now sent off my proposal (and hopefully have it returned with a signature very soon) I can focus on the actual building site and how things should come together. I have sent a survey to the neighbors to whom the park belong asking them various questions about their thoughts concerning the construction of a community garden in their park. I will be receiving their reply tomorrow (hopefully) and…