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How a Constructed Wetland Can Protect Your Property

4 December 2015
 Categories: , Blog

A constructed wetland refers to a purposeful planting of certain vegetation that grows best in very moist or wet soil. This type of wetland can be planned for a publicly owned property, but you might also consider a constructed wetland for your own property. A constructed wetland can be as small as any other landscaping feature on your property and can offer many benefits to your property's soil. Note a few factors about constructed wetlands and how they can protect your property, and how to plan one. Read More …

About Me
From Field to Table: Re-framing Agricultural Methods and Purposes

Hi, my name is Gina, and I worked in commercial kitchens for years. As the local food movement became more popular over the last few decades, I began to think heavily about the source of the foods I was cooking, and ultimately, I decided that I wanted to get my hands dirty. Instead of just cooking, I wanted to grow my own food. Now, I know every step of the process of creating something as simple as a whole wheat bagel, and that includes everything, from growing and grinding the wheat, to kneading the dough, to pulling the bagel out of the oven. I also understand this process for a range of other dishes. If you have questions or concerns about agricultural processes or methods, I hope you find the info you need here.