I figured out how to enable the uploadprogress library in Bluehost's shared hosting environment. Being as there was not much documentation on this anywhere on the web, I decided to put it down in a blog post.
So yesterday I went out to the Queens Botanical Garden and got an Earth Machine composter. New York City runs a program that subsidizes the cost of these composters and the end price was $60. Normally it's around $100 so that's not a bad deal any way you cut it. For folks who are interested in this, each borough has their own composter available.
With spring tentatively rolling it, some friends of mine and I started four flats of seeds in the basement underneath some cheap grow lights. That was a week ago on Sunday. As of this morning, all the seeds have spouted except for the flowers and several are over two inches high. The sunflowers are as tall as a chopstick!Here's what we planted, in no particular order:
Hedges are a great example of permaculture in action. Using living plants, you create an nearly impenetrable, food producing, small animal & insect sheltering barrier that can keep your livestock in, and other large animals out. My main goals in this project are to establish a hedgerow at the cabin that provides:
Welcome to The End Of The Tunnel, the home of TheLight on the web. Currently the site is in development and only really has three functional sections. You can learn about me and my hopes for this site in the About section. The Event Calendar (list on the right and a link above) shows upcoming events that I may be attending or that folks reading this might find useful.