No-Waste Organic Gardening

No-Waste Organic Gardening

Eco-friendly Solutions to Improve any Garden

Shawna Coronado

$19.99

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Description

In this second book in the internationally successful No-Waste Gardening series, learn how to recycle and repurpose your way to a successful, productive, and eco-friendly organic garden! 

In No-Waste Organic Gardening, author Shawna Coronado guides you toward a more sustainable landscape with dozens of tips, tricks, and solutions that save you time and money—all while saving the planet, too! A revision of Shawna's previous title,101 Organic Gardening Hacks, this new book tackles waste-reducing gardening in a clever, accessible way. 

Learn how to:
  • Upcycle household discards to grow seedlings
  • Turn yard debris into “black gold” in a DIY compost bin
  • Control pests with traps made from household discards
  • Build a rain barrel from an old trash can
  • Mix up your own potting soil to reduce plastic bag waste
  • Protect spring plantings with repurposed jugs, jars, and containers
  • Build a new raised bed with everyday items—no power tools required! 
Plus, you’ll find solutions to common garden problems and plenty of innovative and resourceful ways to reduce your outgoing waste. Conquering the increasingly important art of responsible gardening is a whole lot easier than you might think, with help from No-Waste Organic Gardening. For more advice on living waste-free, explore the first book in the No-Waste Gardening seriesNo-Waste Kitchen Gardening. 


Author

Shawna Coronado:
Shawna Coronado is an author, columnist, blogger, photographer, and spokesperson for organic gardening, green lifestyle living, and culinary preparation who campaigns for social good. Shawna's goal in authoring gardening and green lifestyle books is to promote a world initiative to encourage healthy and sustainable living. Shawna was featured as a Chicago Tribune "Remarkable Woman" and speaks internationally on building community, simple urban garden living, and green lifestyle tips for the everyday person. Shawna lives in the western suburbs of Chicago where she has a suburban front lawn vegetable garden. This adventurous garden is highlighted in all her books and has been featured in many media venues including radio, and TV. Her organic living photographs and stories have been shown both online and off in many international home and garden magazines and multiple books. You can learn more about her at www.shawnacoronado.com.

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