Hoo boy! I love it when I read another article or blog post and get all excited and fired up! Margaret over at A Way to Garden spoke with Doug Tallamy, author of "Nature's Best Hope" about how we, the humble homeowner, are nature's best hope for better success with conservation and general habitat growth.… Continue reading A Home Grown National Park
Rewilding is a progressive approach to conservation. It’s about letting nature take care of itself, enabling natural processes to shape land and sea, repair damaged ecosystems and restore degraded landscapes. Through rewilding, wildlife’s natural rhythms create wilder, more biodiverse habitats. This word seems to be a bit of a catchphrase amongst the hip and trendy… Continue reading Rewilding.
Happy New Year Everyone and Welcome 2020! Everyone got all reminiscent about the passing of a decade, but not here at Chez Box and Bay- just another wintry day and another day closer to spring I'm afraid! We watched a lot of football and the Great British Bake Off Holiday special with the Derry Girls-… Continue reading Pick A Word: 2020 Edition.
Any time you start a new job or meet new people, you inevitable get asked what you are interested in outside of work. So you start talking about gardening and someone asks you a question and you come back with a semi-nerdy and probably-too-thorough answer and it comes out that you are a Master Gardener.… Continue reading Advice for New Gardeners
As Cabin Fever (or whatever is worse than Cabin Fever) and another foot of snow falls heavier down upon us, it ushers in the time of year where otherwise ridiculous ideas for blog posts suddenly sound amazing. This is how a primer on Latin landed in front of you. I'm sorry! ... ... ... ...… Continue reading Let’s Learn Latin!