It’s gettin’ hot in here…

 Global warming is now irreversible. Human impact has pushed sea temps to its highest in over 100,000 years. Some homes and cities are underwater while others burn. This is a global crisis, bt each of us are part of the solution. Take action within your own home and neighborhood to spread the word and makeContinue reading “It’s gettin’ hot in here…”

Guerilla Gardens and Food Forests

by Marisa Folse – Guardians Around The Earth South Central LA is growing food in a former food desert. Nearly ten years ago, Ron Finley inspired others into “guerilla gardening“, a pop-up style of bloom where your planted mentality. As a result of this and other guerilla gardeners, vast food deserts across the country shrankContinue reading “Guerilla Gardens and Food Forests”

Joshing Joshua – Yucca Yucca

Week One Featured Tree: Joshua Tree / Yucca brevifolia by Marisa Folse FUN FACTS ABOUT – JOSHUA TREES Slow Growers: Joshua’s grow only three (3) inches a year for first ten years! That means a yardstick high tree is over 30 YEARS old. Growth slows with age. After first ten years, Joshua trees grow lessContinue reading “Joshing Joshua – Yucca Yucca”

Top 21 Acts (to do from home) to Conserve Earth!

Yep. you may still be at home and the world is still spinning out there. Here’s a list to make the greatest positive impact on our globe. Some you can do from your couch. Research Your Food. Of coarse, this first one is a couchable act. Pull 5 items you normally buy. Then look upContinue reading “Top 21 Acts (to do from home) to Conserve Earth!”

Wildlife Friendly Gardens

National Wildlife Foundation offers the below five steps to Create Wildlife-Friendly Gardens. This post links to their website: http://www.nwf.org to certify your new wildlife habitat. Whether an apartment balcony or a 20-acre farm, a garden that attracts beautiful wildlife helps restore habitat in commercial and residential areas. Provide Food Planting native forbs, shrubs and treesContinue reading “Wildlife Friendly Gardens”