Written on April 21, 2010 at 10:55 am , by Everyday Gardeners
Here are some reading selections to get you ready for Earth Day.
The Chicago Tribune points out that one way to celebrate Earth Day is by eating leftovers.
The Chronicle Herald in Nova Scotia urges everyone to go for a bike ride, take a walk, or learn to garden for Earth Day.
And what better way to celebrate Mother Earth, than to plant a garden for kids.
In this English class, all the world’s a garden.
Sometimes the Earth can provide it’s own solutions, as when earthworms become a big help in the garden.
In an item not related to Earth Day, it looks like pruning in the wrong place could turn out to be a felony.