There are still a few more days before the end of the holiday season, but thankfully most of the ambitious eating is over. At my house the chickens have been getting their share of holiday treats in t... More »
Despite my portentous feelings on the topic, the winter solstice came on the breath of a warm breeze and seemed determined to charm us with the most beautiful spring-like day. For fun I went out at ex... More »
The Northwest is the greenest part of Philadelphia, and you don't have to travel far to find some gorgeous treescapes. With a forecast of good weather, this weekend is a great time take advantage... More »
Nicole Juday started gardening when she became the owner of an overgrown yard and realized she didn’t know the names of anything growing in it. A desire to learn the basics of gardening eventually led to a career change, and the has worked in the horticultural field for more than a decade. Today she keeps chickens and bees, grows a lot of flowers, and writes and speaks about gardening and natural history. See what else she’s up to at www.nicolejuday.com.
The women of ancient Athens are feeling repressed. They have equal rights, they even have the vote, but now the all-male Senate is trying to control their bodies with a "no womb left behind" act. More »