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Sep 12

6 Top Tips for an Eco-Friendly Garden

With climate change at the back of everyone’s minds, it’s hard to know where to start when it comes to doing our bit for the environment. There are some obvious solutions such as walking more and spending less time in the shower, but making just a few changes in your garden can make a world of difference. Follow …

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May 16

5 Best Ways to Create an Eco-Friendly Patio

Nowadays, eco-friendly patios are becoming popular as people are becoming more environment sensible. Their patios have become their main living room because they enhance their outdoor living space in an eco-friendly style. If you embrace a green lifestyle, you can have amazing fun-time with your friends and family out in the open. You can enjoy …

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Jul 22

12 Tips for Combating Climate Change in the City

Worried about the environment? Concerned about climate change? These are huge issues. What can a one person do? A lot. Take action to tackle environmental problems and reduce dependence on fossil fuels, even if you’re on the 12th floor of a city high rise. Many small steps from many people add up. Water, Water Everywhere …

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Feb 25

Harvesting Honey for Food Storage

So, you’ve got all of your essential equipment, selected a hive design and breed, and have found the perfect place to set up you own little apiary. You’re making some real progress, and once the summer starts to draw to a close and your colony has had time to build up their stores, you’ll finally …

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Apr 11

Natural Pest Control Methods for Bees

When the weather warms up, bees wake from their winter slumber. Natural pest control companies find that the most troublesome types of stinging insects are yellow jackets, paper wasps and hornets. Honeybees, on the other hand, are docile and need protection. The best form of residential pest control for bees is prevention, which is simple …

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