Nature, wildlife, and how gardening affects the environment.
Guest Rant by David The Good As I emptied buckets of human waste into a bin filled with red wigglers, the realization hit me: I had reached peak compost. This [...]
Despite the cold rain, Saturday April 22nd was a great time to be walking the streets of Washington D.C. The occasion for my outing was the March for Science, and [...]
The Niagara River is part of the watershed that is threatened by a funding cutoff. After appointing what are essentially bizzaro-world choices to lead the EPA, and other [...]
New England-area garden designer Matthew Cunningham will be speaking in Silver Spring, Maryland for the local chapter of APLD on Saturday February 11 from 10 to noon. His topic: “Stone, [...]
Ed Snodgrass stands on stage 1 – the green roof. Ed Snodgrass is the internationally known green-roof author, consultant and grower whose own Maryland nursery experienced downpours gushing downhill, [...]