"Pacific Northwest: Effects of Silent Quakes
SEATTLE - Since December 22, scientists in the U.S. and Canada have been tracking what some call a "silent earthquake" that's still going on about 12.5 miles below the Olympic Peninsula and…"
"Now a days spinners think they have to have a lot of tools to prepare the wool before spinning...not true! Back in the 70's when the hippies were going back to the land they used to "spin the wool in the grease", that means to pull…"
"Another simple tool to make is a backstrap loom. it only needs simple wood pieces you can warp together and tie to a post or tree to do the weaving (A is where you attach to a post, H is the backstrap that goes around your low back/waist), when you…"
"Mount Rainier: Summer Snow on Washington's Highest Peak
The National Weather Service in Seattle is forecasting snow near the summit of Mount Rainier, Washington's highest peak, through Saturday.
This is thanks to a southward dip in the jet…"
"Here is a way to protect your beds from the weather, we have a few of these and it's helped make tomatoes produce much better in our maritime climate, plus our seedlings don't stress out in late winter/early spring.
"We had a different phenom yesterday, west of Seattle, it was cold all day but in early evening the temp started to climb and every once in awhile I felt a hot wind go by me, this continued until I went in about 9pm. I figured it had something to do…"
"Homemade fodder systems: This system requires lots of seeds and would require stockpiling a lot of it to feed your animals thru the first two years of the ps. the nice thing about this system is that it uses the heat of the animals to heat up the…"
"look at raised garden beds with hugelkultur instead of irrigation. hugelkultur is a practice that used downed wood to fill a trench, then cover with dirt and plant in that. the decomposing wood provides shelter for the millions of soil microbes,…"