In our previous article, we discussed why we chose to go solar, what the advantages and disadvantages were, and how the process was progressing so far. This article picks up where we left off. Today we’ll discuss the final steps in the installation process, and what it has been like to have the panels installed and working.
Cover crops are plants that are grown not for the food they produce, but for other beneficial work they do. Also know as ”living mulches” or “green manure”, a cover crop is an essential part of sustainable agriculture. Cover crops help bridge the gap between removing matter from the field in the form of the harvest, and returning or conserving matter in the field by returning biomass, nutrients, and offering protection for existing topsoils. Continue reading “Cover Crops For The Home Garden” »