There has been a lot of buzz about using pallet wood for home and garden projects lately. Pallet projects recycle perfectly useful wood to make all kinds of interesting things, using free or inexpensive materials. But concerns about their safety have been raised by environmental and health advocates, and for good reason. Pallets can contain potentially harmful substances. Here are the risks and the steps that you can take to avoid them.
It sounds like a dance step, but it's actually a tree; one that is gaining popularity in gardens for its many benefits. Lately, I have been hearing a lot about Moringa trees and it stirred my curiosity. I asked Moringa enthusiast, Andrew Pisher of Nātcher Culture for the scoop. Here is the exciting information that he shared with me:
Kari Spencer is a happy wife and the mother of four beautiful daughters. Always on the go, she invests her time in nurturing her family and farm, volunteering as a Master Gardener mentor, and teaching Sustainability online at South West College of Healing Arts. A popular teacher and speaker in Phoenix, Arizona, Kari enthusiastically shares her passion by training others to garden, raise livestock and nourish their families.