Check out the photo gallery from Raíces EcoCulture’s Intro to Solar Energy Workshop with Laura Waldman in Highland Park, NJ, May 21, 2017.
by Nicole Wines The 2017 gardening season is off to a great start. Thanks to a new collaboration with the Sustainable Highland Park Committee, the Raíces EcoCulture Seed Library has […]
Check out the photos from Raíces EcoCulture Seed Library’s seed saving talk, demonstration and seed swap held at the 2016 Spring Renewal Fair in Rumson, NJ.
Thank you to all of our family, friends, and supporters who nominated Raíces EcoCulture to receive our third annual donation of heirloom, organic and non-gmo seeds from the Hudson Valley Seed Library.
Help Raíces Eco-Culture Spread our Roots – Nominate us for a Seed Donation from Hudson Valley Seed Library!
It’s that time of year again. The time of year where it feels like winter has just begun and you can’t believe it’s only a few weeks until planting time. […]
Building a worm bin is simple, a great starter do it yourself project for a homestead, whether rural or urban. Vermicomposting requires very little work to produce rich, natural fertilizer for your gardens and process your food waste. Check out how on our D.I.Y. Friday column.
Follow these simple instructions to preserve herbs harvested fresh from your own garden or from your local farmers market.
by Nicole Wines Nature Therapy is one of the easiest ways to promote healing. This will probably be the simplest instruction set in our D.I.Y. Fridays series to date and […]
by Nicole Wines This week’s D.I.Y. Friday is just a quick tip for all of you who are conscious about reusing and repurposing materials, supplies and resources. There are countless […]
by Nicole Wines Tinctures are an easy way to make a powerful medicine from the herbs grown in your garden or those found throughout your yard or the wild. Tinctures, […]