Even if you only have a backyard, you can still connect with nature. Try these activities that don’t require much land to do.
If you cut down a tree in your yard, getting rid of the stump can be a real pain. Instead of grinding it up, this project repurposes that stump into a small flowerbed.
This step-by-step guide from This Old House walks you through how to convert a tree stump into a place to grow flowers.
Watch this amazing time lapse video about making a tree stump planter.
Tree species, size, and quality all affect how much a logger will pay for your timber. Like weeding a garden, you can boost the future income of your woodlot by cutting poorly growing trees to give higher-value ones more room to grow.
You may think your dead and fallen trees are eyesores that need to be cleaned up, but a few dead trees benefit your woodlot in lots of ways.
Have a leftover tree stump from an old yard, firewood, or timber harvest tree? Put it to use by making a rustic end table.
Planting a tree isn’t as simple as digging a hole. Proper planting technique can mean the difference between life and death for a baby tree.