Integrating Animals for a Sustainable Garden

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Take your sustainability to the next level by incorporating animals into your garden.

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Do you feel guilty about how much you spend on your garden? Do you dream of a more sustainable garden? Are you frustrated by low yields that result from too many garden pests and diseases? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of those questions, then this book is for you. There are many reasons to have animals in your household. They are, of course, often pets and they offer companionship and teach children responsibilities for example. They can, however, also fulfil a number of very important functions in your garden:

  • Pest control
  • Recycling
  • Reduction in labour
  • Fertilising
  • Food source
  • Pollination

This book describes how a variety of animals, from bees and worms to Alpacas and horses, can be used to create more sustainable gardens. It also includes some information about food scraps that are toxic to the animals described.

  • Nearly 7000 enlightening words

Ebook

  • ePub format (DRM-free so you can load it onto all of your devices)

Print book (coming soon)

  • Softcover

“You thought you were doing good by having a compost heap in your backyard…HA! Just wait until you see what Kelly has in store for you with ‘Integrating Animals for a Sustainable Garden’…

“Sustainability is a huge deal for me. My man and I have run the gamut of sustainable practices … The one thing I didn’t really think about was to use animals in my gardening because HELLOO they are natural and can really help with the sustainability! Kelly has opened my eyes and I am very happy about it… We have plans to start practicing some of the ideas as the weather warms up and we start working on our gardens this spring.”

5-star review, Katelyn Hensel, Readers’ Favorite

Type of book (digital or physical)

Physical, eBook (digital), Both (a physical and eBook copy)