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The invertebrate activity around these native flora in the sun today was out of this world!
#theworldneedsmoreinvertebrates #insectconservation #insectdieoff #insectsforlife #biodiversity #biodiversitymatters #weneedinsects #wherehavealltheinsectsgone #insectlovers #nativeplantpower #grownativeplants
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When we bought our home almost 7 years ago, it came with golf course lawn (our first fix), 2 native sugar maples and a very healthy Norway maple. Sadly this past spring we had to remove 1 of the 2 sugar maples as it had declined to just one living branch. This summer we noticed this happening to our second sugar maple. Sadly, the end is near. ...

Post-secondary academia can look like this, at least when you're at this awesome school! #frostcampus #flemingcollege #ecosystemmanagement ...

Critters eating your plants? Don't panic! It might be okay. ...

This time of year, I ease up on the gardening and take my passion back to the classroom to help inspire and coach next generation ecologists to do the important work of collaborating with Mother Earth!

The mix of instructing at a college and running my own business is such a beautiful manifestation of my passions and desires at this stage in my life. So much gratitude for these opportunities. I am one fortunate woman!
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Does anyone know why wasps moved in to decapitate and eat the carcass of this dead wasp? At the end you can see it flew off with it ...

Isolation with covid means I have time to build my garden gate at last!! ...

Have you considered adding a water garden to your yard? This one is just in an antique wash basin. This little fellow moved in just over a month ago, and we have watched it grow. I call it Fred (my son calls it Hopper). I'm kind of falling in love with this little leapin' lizard. ...

Processing my garlic harvest in the shed off the garden while it storms outside. This is honestly one of those moments that tells me I'm right where I need to be in life. What bliss! ...

Sidewalk face-lift #edge #pressurewash ...

Check out this incredible sunflower!

Every year the birds plant us sunflowers (from the winter seed we give in the feeders). Of course some of them are in the perfect spot and are left to show their beauty in our garden. We never know what we are going to get.
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Look what's blooming in my garden right now!! #wildlupine (normally blooms in June) ...

Bring your love for your garden to a whole new level.