April 17th, 2014
How can you supply water for home and gardening needs without pumps, electricity or a connection to a municipal water line? The answer, according to David Gedeon, is to live in a hilly area with reliable rainfall and build your home below a hill top. In this case the home is located on the side of a hill with a spring emerging from the hillside elevated about 30 feet above the home and a pond excavated into the hilltop elevated about 80 feet above the home.
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March 28th, 2012
It’s that time of the year again. The wildflowers are coming up, and so is the garlic-mustard. With your help, we can continue to enjoy the wildflowers for years to come rather than seeing a monoculture of garlic-mustard in our parks and preserves.