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Re: Gardens for the birds & bees! [Re: mary-tea1] #777418
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If you're harvesting form your garden~which vegetables will you can? Care to pass along the recipe?

What herbs will you freeze? Have a recipe to share? Pass it along here.




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refrigerated Iced Tea maker is a 25% wind powered dairy!

Do you notice the products you buy are trying in some little way to make an effort to be worldy conscious in any way? If so...please tour their praises here!
(DOES NOT HAVE TO BE A TEA VENDOR)

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Re: Gardens for the birds & bees! [Re: mary-tea1] #780923
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At this time we're all thinking of the reaping of the harvest~

picking out the garden to get ready to freeze or can~

Who harvests their seeds for next year?

Who readies a graden for fall growing?

Let the rest of us know here~we'd love to hear more about your gardening!!


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Re: Going Green Look & See [Re: mary-tea1] #783257
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Thinking of the winter ahead:

How do you prepare for the cold using "green technology", what type ofheat do you use, and does anyone have solar anything???

Who has a winter hot house that grows plants year round?

Keep thinking green~small things make big differences!

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Green Gifts Ideas! [Re: mary-tea1] #794943
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I got sent a wonderful Green gift catalog named Vivaterra

They are trying to inspire you to give green gifts.
The gifts are crafted by creative artisans that are careful to tread loghtly on the Earth. Products are organic, recycled, or upcycled.

they have fresh foods such as cheeses, canned veggies, dried wreaths of herbs and dried peppers,organic tea baskets,organic oils,olives,tea pots,bowls,cutting boards, succulent plants,handmade brooms,green clothing, and reimagined home goods.

www.vivaterra(dot)com

* I have no affiliation with this company and I am not being reembursed for this mention, this is presented as ideas for readers with this interest.

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Looking to exhange green ideas, places to go, things to buy green,

please go to the largest susutainable business community:

called the greenexchange(dot)com

excellent sources and ideas or perhaps you're wanting to join your business into a green sustainable one too!!


Thank you
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More Green Ideas....................................

As part of the Green Team for Bellaonline.com I try to find new and wonderful ideas for the exchange of helping readers become greener & our planet to become better for it! Please feel free to exchange ideas or ask questions.

Going green isn't hard!

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Who is going to "can" veggies from your garden harvest?

Who is saving seeds from their flowers, gardens, and herbs?

Who is making small little changes to go green this year??

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We did not have anything from our garden to can this year thanks to the severe drought (live in Texas). However, we have saved seeds and will use them next year.

The drought has made us use our freezer much more this year. Buying quality fruits and veggies and freezing them for future use.

Rhonda

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