Allowing native trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants to proliferate not only strengthens the web of life it is partnering with Gaia.
Adding additional food sources to the gardens helps to feed the creatures who share our space.
In eastern Pennsylvania October is the time to help gardens ready for the coming winter.
It is also a time to help the wildlife around us get ready for darker, colder days.
Due to their high metabolic rate birds in particular need high-energy foods, those high in calorie and fat content.
Juniper berries provide this important source of energy, containing 46% carbohydrate and 16% fat.
Sunflower seeds contain almost 30 percent fat as well as fiber, protein, calcium, B vitamins, iron potassium and vitamin E.
Sharing a space means becoming a caretaker. We are an important part of the web of life. At this moment in time we are the only ones who can completely destroy it or strengthen each strand.