Make Your Own Hard Apple Cider With This Year’s Fall Harvest

This post was originally published on this site Not to take any of the well-earned glory from hard cider producers, but hard apple cider ain’t all that hard to make. Here’s how! The post Make Your Own Hard Apple Cider With This Year’s Fall Harvest appeared first on One Green Planet.

8 Ways to Preserve Apples This Autumn

This post was originally published on this site Pick an overcast autumn day to stay inside and put away a little produce for later. Here are eight ways to preserve apples this autumn. The post 8 Ways to Preserve Apples This Autumn appeared first on One Green Planet.

7 Vegetables to Plant in the Autumn for Harvesting Next Year

This post was originally published on this site It’s hard to beat having fresh vegetables as soon as possible in the spring. Try planting these seven veggies in the Autumn! The post 7 Vegetables to Plant in the Autumn for Harvesting Next Year appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Recycle Clothes

This post was originally published on this site Aside from buying our garments conscientiously, we can also dispose of them responsibly. Here’s how to recycle clothes! The post How to Recycle Clothes appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Repurpose, Recycle, or Resell Old Shoes

This post was originally published on this site There are avenues for disposing of these shoes without sending them to the landfill! Here’s how to repurpose, recycle, and resell old shoes. The post How to Repurpose, Recycle, or Resell Old Shoes appeared first on One Green Planet.

7 Homesteading Activities for Autumn

This post was originally published on this site For those of us pushing towards a greener, more sustainable way of living, even in the suburbs, we can definitely benefit from adopting a fall checklist of tasks that’ll keep us a little safer, satiated, and self-sufficient. The post 7 Homesteading Activities for Autumn appeared first on […]

How to Use Winter Cover Crops to Keep Gardens Fertile

This post was originally published on this site One of the most important parts of gardening sustainably is keeping the soil fertile. A great trick, most likely overlooked, is growing winter cover crops. The post How to Use Winter Cover Crops to Keep Gardens Fertile appeared first on One Green Planet.

7 DIY Projects to Make Your Pet Happy!

This post was originally published on this site Go out of your way to make your pets happy and show them love with these awesome DIY projects! The post 7 DIY Projects to Make Your Pet Happy! appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Store Fresh Produce Properly for Winter

This post was originally published on this site Putting fresh produce away properly will make a massive difference on how far September’s harvest will get you into the coming year. The post How to Store Fresh Produce Properly for Winter appeared first on One Green Planet.

5 Designs for Growing Veggies Vertically

This post was originally published on this site New ideas have come up, and gardening has become all about the vertical! Here’s all you need to know about vertical gardens! The post 5 Designs for Growing Veggies Vertically appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Design Gardens for Natural Irrigation

This post was originally published on this site In a world where freshwater sources are dwindling, we ought to not be using our drinking water in the garden. The post How to Design Gardens for Natural Irrigation appeared first on One Green Planet.

7 Reasons We Should Be Catching Rainwater

This post was originally published on this site We are plumbed in now, so why—one might ask—should we bother catching rainwater? Well there are many reasons including saving energy and more! The post 7 Reasons We Should Be Catching Rainwater appeared first on One Green Planet.

5 Jams and Jellies That Aren’t Fruity

This post was originally published on this site Making jams at home is a great hobby to get into, and it’s so versatile. It isn’t always about fruit either, try these savory ideas! The post 5 Jams and Jellies That Aren’t Fruity appeared first on One Green Planet.

7 Awesome DIY Projects for Old Doors

This post was originally published on this site Old doors make for fantastic DIY projects. They can be so much more than what hangs on hinges. The post 7 Awesome DIY Projects for Old Doors appeared first on One Green Planet.

What Permaculture Can Teach Us About Living Mindfully to Ensure Abundance for All

This post was originally published on this site The permaculture ethics were developed out of extensive research on societies around the world. They’re as follows: earth care, people care, and fair share. The post What Permaculture Can Teach Us About Living Mindfully to Ensure Abundance for All appeared first on One Green Planet.

From Nothing to Your Own Greenhouse in Just a Few Steps

This post was originally published on this site The hoop house greenhouse can potentially revolutionize the garden in no time, for very little cost, and with the option of taking it down after winter. The post From Nothing to Your Own Greenhouse in Just a Few Steps appeared first on One Green Planet.

9 Ways to Use Rocks Around the Home and Garden

This post was originally published on this site Rocks are incredibly useful. Here are nine creative ways to use them around the home and garden that you probably never thought of! The post 9 Ways to Use Rocks Around the Home and Garden appeared first on One Green Planet.

5 Ways to Repurpose Hundreds of Plastic Bottles with One Project

This post was originally published on this site While some of the projects are fun and account for a handful of bottles or just a single bottle, there are larger scale ways to repurpose plastic bottles. The post 5 Ways to Repurpose Hundreds of Plastic Bottles with One Project appeared first on One Green Planet.

A Guide to the Mint Family: There Are Members You Never Knew Were Mint

This post was originally published on this site There is so much more to mint than toothpaste and dessert plates. Here’s everything you should know about the wonderful mint family! The post A Guide to the Mint Family: There Are Members You Never Knew Were Mint appeared first on One Green Planet.

Why You Should Go DIY With Junk Food, for the Health of It

This post was originally published on this site Cooking from scratch has so many advantages that it can actually make “junk food” a completely viable source of valuable nourishment. The post Why You Should Go DIY With Junk Food, for the Health of It appeared first on One Green Planet.

8 Foods That Will Happily Grow on Your Apartment Balcony

This post was originally published on this site Many of us would love to grown our own food but lack the space. If all the outdoor space you have available is an apartment balcony, here’s what you can do! The post 8 Foods That Will Happily Grow on Your Apartment Balcony appeared first on One […]

The Art of Taking a Pallet Apart

This post was originally published on this site Pallets have been at the forefront of repurposing items as a revolutionary act, and their versatility is seemingly second to none. The post The Art of Taking a Pallet Apart appeared first on One Green Planet.

10 Reasons You Should Reuse Newspapers

This post was originally published on this site When we reuse newspapers, we get more return from all of the resources and energy that went into producing them. Here are 10 reasons you should reuse them! The post 10 Reasons You Should Reuse Newspapers appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Create a Seed Bomb for Guerilla Gardening

This post was originally published on this site Guerilla gardening is a fun way to combat our wasted spaces with something productive and beautiful that will serve both humankind and the rest of the natural world. The post How to Create a Seed Bomb for Guerilla Gardening appeared first on One Green Planet.

11 Fun and Fruitful DIY Garden Projects for the Indoors

This post was originally published on this site Some of these DIY indoor garden projects can provide food for the kitchen or greenery in the house, or prepare you to get back in the garden. The post 11 Fun and Fruitful DIY Garden Projects for the Indoors appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Repurpose Plastic for The Times We Just Can’t Avoid It

This post was originally published on this site After reducing our use of plastic, repurposing it is the next best solution. Here are some tips on how to reuse the plastic you may come across! The post How to Repurpose Plastic for The Times We Just Can’t Avoid It appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Compost Without a Compost Bin

This post was originally published on this site Compost bins are convenient for a little extra something in our potting mix. Or you can just give that compost back to the earth with minimal effort. The post How to Compost Without a Compost Bin appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Use Dried and Preserved Plants as Maintenance-Free Home Décor

This post was originally published on this site With dried and preserved plants, we can all no matter how busy we normally are have a taste of nature in our décor! Try it with these ideas! The post How to Use Dried and Preserved Plants as Maintenance-Free Home Décor appeared first on One Green Planet.

How Hydroponics Works and What to Know About Using It

This post was originally published on this site For urban garden designers, hydroponics has become a very popular solution to the lack of soils and space available in cities. The post How Hydroponics Works and What to Know About Using It appeared first on One Green Planet.