Learn more about composting and local organizations partnering to help each area youth and create compost.
Maintaining and irrigating traditional turf lawns can cost you time and money. Many smart, eco-conscious homeowners are turning to clover for lush, fast-growing and hardy ground cover.
May is Arbor Month in Minnesota, and the Department of Natural Resources has partnered with local organizations to bring the celebration to Rochester.
Most vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals, so quit worrying about how to pronounce acai or where to find seaweed in the supermarket and instead grow powerhouse veggies in your own backyard.
Growing vegetables and flowers from seeds instead of just buying nursery plants may seem like an exercise in delayed gratification, but it’s actually lack of patience that spurs most gardeners to sprout seeds indoors, ahead of the growing season.
Pollinator numbers are declining, but thankfully there are ways all of us can help bolster their populations. And they involve beautiful flowers.
Rain gardens not only help divert water runoff from polluting our water system, they attract pollinators and look beautiful all summer long.