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Living in a rural community many backyards include a garden. Some are large and filled with many varieties of vegetables. Others are small, with maybe just a few tomato and pepper plants. It is an undeniable fact that fresh garden vegetables are the tastiest. Many good southern cooks rely on homegrown vegetables to deliver flavor and variety to the supper table. One cannot find that flavor from the grocery store produce aisle. Growing a vegetable garden takes some time, work,...
The garden is an attempt to create an earthy paradise, a slice of the beauty that will be presented to those of who follow the doctrines and principles laid out by the Prophet Muhammad. The marriage of the Islamic Garden and architecture is through its earthly relationship to symbolize the divine: Islam is a monotheistic religion that operates on units and equilibriums, mathematical ratios that represent the unity and the oneness of God. In this essay, I want to explore...
Don’t let the temperature annoy your greenery with Artificial plants. The pleasant sun rays of winter suddenly turn into troubles. The shivers of months were pleasant not only for human beings but also for plants and greeneries. In summer, even the corners are getting so hot that is troubled by degrees of temperature. The hotness of summer is distressing every single moment of life and surroundings as well. The eminent effect of this season can be mainly seen in the...
Other ways to become a Fair Foods activist other than “voting with your fork” could be becoming more engaged citizens and taking action to help change current large policies and institutional practices. People can also try to eat seasonally and locally, while also shopping more sustainably and organically. Eating and shopping locally reduces the transportation of goods, which helps support the local economy. Another way that can help is to purchase free-range or grass-fed beef. These practices are more sustainable,...
The idea of urban agriculture may seem unreasonable to the generations of people who have grown up in the United States thinking of farming as an exclusively rural enterprise. However, millions of people throughout the world are dependent on crops and animals raised in cities. Faced with the high growth of the urban population and economic and political changes that have undermined local food distribution systems, many cities around the world have begun to experiment in the field of urban...