Garden Redesign!

| January 15, 2015

As we sat down this past weekend to begin planning out our garden, it occurred to us that the way we had been growing was super inefficient. We had paths everywhere and medium sized beds mixed with small 2 foot by 2 foot beds and so forth. Plus we hadn’t really documented where we had […]

Cedar Bird Feeder – DIY Project

| February 8, 2014

You might be able to tell from this post and our last that we really enjoy feeding birds! They are an essential part of a thriving backyard ecosystem, feasting on many insects that would otherwise experience population blooms of a large magnitude. On top of that, they are very fun to watch. I could (and […]

Orange Peel Bird Feeder

| January 2, 2014

Winter Bird Feeding Winter time is the most important time of the year for a bird feeder to be full of seed. The reason for this is that birds don’t have nearly the selection of wild foods during this time as compared to the other seasons! At Sheltering Woods, feeding the birds is a very […]