Are you ready? It's time for our 14th annual photo contest! Enter your best pictures of the year, for a chance to win a calendar and annual subscription here. Hurry! Deadline for entries is October 21.
You notice they doing this in the D/FW area, right? They're getting it ready for me. (I wish.) But it's nice to think they have put together the concepts of water conservation and water management beyond city planning. Because on the ground in TX, everyone is explaining you need to water your foundation to prevent it from cracking! (Hello, that's part of why you have a DROUGHT!)
Anyway, at least some people in Texas are doing some interesting things, right?
Hehehe. Thanks, Bev. I was very encouraged to read the (early) link I saw in this article about keyhole gardens and classes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Whether I actually go so far as to build one in my (rented) back yard or not, it certainly is a whole 'nother way of thinking about water problems!Thanks for this informative article.
quilty, Bev has links to Texas area keyhole gardens in her article.
We're renting a cute little house about 4 min from terminal B. (Actually I forget which terminal it is, but it's the terminal with the the dinky airlines in it.) My husband is sleeping there tonight and the moving truck is coming at the end of May. I think I will be growing some shower-water grown tomatoes, if the tomato gods are good to me. ^_^