What would it take to revitalize your relationship with nature? Get you outside, in tune with and alive to your surroundings? Do you have a place to sit and feel the wind on your face when the human-focused world is stressing you out? Or do you have a backyard that makes you tired just looking… [Read More]
Photos by Gary Smith Meet Bruce the Moose. He’s made of scrap metal welded onto a framework of 370 feet of rebar and weighs in at approximately 500 pounds. He’s an assemblage of donations from friends and neighbours and pieces purchased at scrap yards: chain, steel traps, oxen and horseshoes, hinges, springs, railway spikes, tools and… [Read More]
On Saturday, April 14th, the Hodge Podge Community Garden celebrated the opening of its 2012 gardening season. Here’s a summary from one of the organizers, Cate de Vreede: The garden opening day was a huge success. All 20 of the beds have been assigned to gardeners for the 2012 growing season. There’s a mix of… [Read More]
Today our HNH crew planted 50 trees on a hillside outside of Bridgewater. Andrea spotted this sweet patch of moss. Maybe it appeared for Chris Sanford’s 30th birthday? Happy Birthday Chris!
Rosmarie was recently asked to submit an article about volunteerism. Last weekend we sat down and had a conversation to capture some of her ideas concerning nature, community, well-being, and volunteering. As our name suggests, Helping Nature Heal is a landscaping company with a strong ethic of conservation and environmental restoration. In our eleventh year… [Read More]