- New larger metal impeller drives power and improved mulching
- Powerful up to 250 mph degree
- Vacuum tube, bottom-zip bag, power insert, concentrator nozzle and cord storage hook included; Extension cord not included
'We still have leaves piled up in ditches that have been there since fall': Richmond's overhaul of leaf removal ...March 2, 2018 - Richmond.com
Friday marks the deadline for Richmond residents to opt in to the leaf vacuum service offered through the city's Department of Public Works. The vacuum service has been offered on an on-demand basis this year as part of an overhaul aimed at improving...
Northfield Center Township seeks grant to purchase 3.1 acres ...March 9, 2018 - Columbus Alive
NORTHFIELD CENTER — The township is seeking a $25000 grant to defray the cost of purchasing 3.1 acres directly south of Town Hall from Sagamore Hills Township. At their meeting Monday, trustees adopted a resolution to apply to the Summit County Land...
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Composting for a New GenerationCool Springs Press. 2017
These aren't your grandpa's composting methods, Composting for a New Generation covers the modern composting techniques, vermicomposting, composting with nature, keyhole gardens, organic composting, and using compost. Environmentalists aren't the only ones to compost anymore! It’s not just about reducing food waste; most composters get their hands dirty because of the benefits it brings to the soil in their garden. All the extra nutrients make for well-fed gardens with plenty of nutrients and rich moisture. Composting has “been under the radar screen until now, and seen as a boutique, West Coast thing,” says Jared Blumenfeld, who oversees California as well as two other Western states and the Pacific for the Environmental Protection Agency. “But now everyone from Massachusetts to...
Ditch the City and Go CountryPage Street Publishing. 2017
The No-Nonsense Guide For Country Dreamers Though moving to the country takes determination, every ex-urbanite says it was the best decision they ever made. The same rings true for Alissa Hessler, who relocated from Seattle to rural Maine years ago and has never looked back. In this book she uses her wit, charm and experience to help you chart a path to successful country living. Ditch the City and Go Country covers the ins and outs of how to find a home, how to keep your current job remotely or where to look for a new one, how to own livestock and prepare for disasters, how to make a smooth transition and become a part of your new community and how to embrace the seasons. With this must-have guide, you’ll be able to stop daydreaming and finally live the life you’ve always wanted in...