Leaders from nonprofits across the country are voicing their displeasure with President Donald J. Trump’s fiscal year 2018 federal budget proposal, dubbed “A New Foundation…
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2013 - A HOLE IN THE WATER LTD.
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- Federal Budget Proposal Cuts Holes In Safety Nets
By Andy Segedin - Wednesday May 24, 2017
- CNN busted trying to send false ‘Russia collusion’ story down the memory hole
Saturday Jun 24, 2017
Busted by a fellow lefty media bigfoot!
- Donut County shows how much fun you can have with a hole
By Dean Takahashi - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
In Donut County, the starring role is a hole. I realize how ridiculous that sounds, but this is a pretty quirky game. I played it at the recent Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), and it was surprisingly fun. All you do is move a hole around a lanscape, making this fall into it. The more things […]
- Pit Composting In Gardens: Can You Dig Holes In Garden For Food Scraps
By Amy Grant - Monday Jun 12, 2017
By Amy Grant I think we all know that reducing our contribution to our landfills is imperative. To that end, many people compost in one way or another. What if you don’t have room for a compost pile or your municipality doesn’t have a composting program? Can you dig holes in the garden for food scraps? If so, how do you compost in a hole in the ground? Can You Dig Holes in Garden for Food Scraps? Yes, and this is actually one of the simplest and most effective methods of composting kitchen scraps. Variously referred to as trench or pit composting in gardens, there are a few different trench composting methods, but it all comes down to composting food scraps in a hole. How to Compost in a Hole in the Ground Composting food scraps in a hole is definitely not a new technique; it’s probably how your grandparents
- What Is A Water Wand: Learn About Using Garden Water Wands
By Darcy Larum - Saturday Jun 10, 2017
By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer Throughout all my years working in garden centers, landscapes and my own gardens, I have watered many plants. Watering plants probably seems pretty straightforward and simple, but it is actually something I spend the most time training new workers on. One tool I find essential to proper watering practices is the water wand. What is a water wand? Continue reading for the answer and to learn how to use a watering wand in the garden. What is a Water Wand? Garden water wands are basically just as the name implies, a wand-like tool used to water plants. They are all generally designed to attach to the end of a hose, near their handle, and water then flows through the wand to a water breaker/sprinkler head where it is sprayed out in a rain-like shower to water plants. It’s a simple concept, but not so easy
- Michigan health director, 4 others charged with manslaughter over Flint water
By Beth Mole - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
Lead poisoned thousands, but infections also linked to water killed at least a dozen.
- To Win the U.S. Open, Golfers Must First Defeat a Tiny Terror
By BILL PENNINGTON - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
Created as a quirky bonus hole, the diminutive-but-vexing ninth hole at Erin Hills is likely to be the most entertaining 135 yards of play.
- Water Iris Information – Learn About Water Iris Plant Care
By Mary H. Dyer - Monday Jun 5, 2017
By Mary H. Dyer, Master Naturalist and Master Gardener Ever heard of water iris? No, this doesn’t mean “watering” an iris plant but pertains to where the iris grows – in naturally wet or aquatic-like conditions. Read on for more water iris information. What is a Water Iris? Although several iris types grow in wet soil, true water iris is a semi-aquatic or bog plant that grows best in shallow water deep enough to cover the crown year round. However, most water iris plants will also grow in wet soil alongside a pond or stream, or even in a well-watered garden spot. True water irises include: Rabbit-ear iris Copper or red flag iris Siberian iris Louisiana iris Yellow flag iris Blue flag iris Water Iris Growing Conditions Planting a water iris in a wide pond plant basket or plastic pot to confine the growth is advisable, as some types of