Spelt or wheat is often grown in rotation with rye and clover to replace lost nitrogen.
Valentine’s Day is one of those great, DIY holidays. You don’t actually have to get sucked into the commercialism of the day to enjoy it. You don’t need to go out and buy a box of chocolates, bring your loved one a store-bought greeting card or come home with fresh cut flowers to make it […]
As we begin the trek into the holiday season, I figured now would be as good a time as any to lay out some biofriendly fall activities you and your kids are sure to love. What’s nice about these activities is many are designed to get you unplugged, outdoors and into nature. Others are geared […]
As summer will soon be coming to an end, we wanted this month’s Biofriendly DIY to include some DIY hacks you and your family can use to make your travels more biofriendly. Whether you’re heading out for a last minute trip, you want to fit in another quick adventure before the kids go back to […]
This week we happily welcome cookbook author, internet personality, YouTuber and vegetarian chef, Jerry James Stone to The Biofriendly Podcast. As Jerry James Stone teaches us about food storage, minimizing food waste and his most recent project called Spooniverse Comics for kids, Noel learns that he might hear a big ‘told you so’ when he gets home, Jacob tries to eat everything, and we uncover the secret about how Google Translate began.
As you’re likely well aware, Halloween isn’t going to be the same ole, same ole this year. Due to the coronavirus and social distancing measures many areas have in place, celebrations and holidays will probably be a little different. Fortunately, that’s okay. We’ve come up with a number of ways you can enjoy this spookily, […]
Whether you’ve got Irish blood flowing through your veins or you’re just Irish for the day, we’ve got a few simple, yet fun, ways to keep your St. Patrick’s Day biofriendly.
Keeping your house clean is not a piece of cake. Nonetheless, it is a job that must be done, and, ideally, with the right range of cleaners. The thing with commercial cleaners is that they often overflow with harmful components that not only can affect your health, but their production is also damaging to the […]
Autumn is officially here. Now this doesn’t mean it’s time to change your clocks back (if your state/area observes Daylight Savings Time), it simply means the Autumnal Equinox aka Autumn Equinox aka Fall Equinox is upon us. So, summer is officially over for those north of the equator and fall has arrived. What Is the […]
Mother’s Day is just one day out of the year, but it’s a great time to celebrate your mom, grandmother or other woman who’s had a significant impact on your life. So, we wanted to take a few minutes to give you some ideas of ecofriendly gifts and activities your mom is sure to enjoy. It […]