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Complete 2½ Hour DVD Guide to Organic Gardening (Sample Clips Here)

Complete Organic Gardening

Our Featured Video is “How to Grow Your Own Organic Vegetable Garden.” See sample clips, or purchase the video.
These photos were taken from the garden in which we produced the featured video tutorial, “How to Grow Your Own Organic Vegetable Garden.” This comprehensive and fun tutorial on how to grow organic vegetables was in production from April 2009 – late November 2009.

Despite very heavy rainfall and rampant tomato blight in our area, the garden was very successful and productive. The tomatoes did catch blight–most likely carried by the wind—later in the season. Fortunately for us—as you can see by the photo–the blight did not take hold until after we had harvested most of them.

Featured Video (Sample Clips Here)

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Our Featured Video is “How to Grow Your Own Organic Vegetable Garden.” See sample clips, or purchase the video.
These photos were taken from the garden in which we produced the featured video tutorial, “How to Grow Your Own Organic Vegetable Garden.” This comprehensive and fun tutorial on how to grow organic vegetables was in production from April 2009 – late November 2009.

Despite very heavy rainfall and rampant tomato blight in our area, the garden was very successful and productive. The tomatoes did catch blight–most likely carried by the wind—later in the season. Fortunately for us—as you can see by the photo–the blight did not take hold until after we had harvested most of them.

Photo of the Day

Photo of the Day

Send a beautiful photo that will inspire someone to live a healthy, more sustainable life and we’ll post it as our photo of the day.

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Let Worm’s do the Work in Your Compost Pile

Worm Farm Benefits by M.L. Petersen whose blog can be found here: http://wormstotherescue.blogspot.com/ The biggest benefit of a worm farm however large or small, is the worm castings, or Vermicompost. Vermicompost is an excellent fertilizer for plants and gardens, and it really has no equal. It has almost no scent as most animal manures do. [...]

Green Solutions for Food Service: Biodegradable Disposable Plates, Bowls and Lunch Trays

Green Solutions for Food Service: Biodegradable Disposable Plates, Bowls and Lunch Trays

The LiveSmartVideos crew was excited to find this bamboo spoon in a take-out eatery near Brisbane, Australia.

It seems some creative person may well have come up with a better alternative than the plastic utensils which take forever to break down in our landfills and oceans.

We’re looking forward to the day when all bamboo is sustainably harvested and processed without using chemicals.