I’ve got the organic garden back up and running after a two and a half year hiatus. Up first I’ve got: zucchini, cucumber, squash, watermelon, basil, tomatoes, eggplant, sage, corn, oregano, bell peppers, and Anahiem chiles. I’ve got them in pots right now, as we are still revamping the ELG garden space.
Starting off the new year being sick, I figured the best way for me to step my health game up in 2014 is to begin with a detox.
I’ve been sick literally since New Years Eve.
I’ve been in bed for the past week.
When you mix the idea of growing plants in water, hydroponics, with the idea of growing fish, prawns or crawfish in a tank, aquaculture, you get aquaponics.
It is exciting to hear about new technology on the horizon. Especially when it is something I’m looking to put into use in the very near future.
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Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley is a charitable organization helping inland valley families become homeowners. Through charitable contributions, Habitat for Humanity is able to buy, build, and rehab homes for families in need. This Fall, the organization will be building a spec home at the SoCal Fair at the Perris Fairgrounds, October 8-16, 2011.