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Tips for Keeping a Healthy Pasture

Tips for Keeping a Healthy Pasture

Here at Nature’s Seed we understand that as a livestock owner, the most important thing for our animals is a healthy diet. We also understand that to get your animals a healthy diet, you must take careful steps to ensure your pasture is healthy for your livestock. [...]

Parents: The Wildflower DIY Kids Love

Parents: The Wildflower DIY Kids Love

Parents, have you been looking for a fun nature-friendly activity to do with your kids? Look no further, for I have found a great way for you to bond with your kids through the great force of creativity and dirty hands. [...]

Revegetating Scorched Land

Revegetating Scorched Land

In my previous blog post "How Does Land Recover After a Wildfire?” I discussed the common aftermath disasters of a wildfire, how to prevent a wildfire and how to keep the forest healthy. Like previously stated in my last two blogs, wildfires are actually vital for the health of a forest. That being said, they can also be detrimental. So, after the blaze, what is one of the best actions to take next? The answer to that question is as simple and complicated as this; revegetate. Revegetation is the process of replanting and rebuilding the soil of the disturbed land. That’s the simple part. The complicated part is what to plant, how much to plant, and where to plant it. The biggest mistake made when replanting mass areas is planting the wrong species (i.e. species that is not native to the land and could harm the ecosystem.)[...]

How Does Land Recover After a Wildfire?

How Does Land Recover After a Wildfire?

As promised, this blog is about how land recovers after a wildfire, and more specifically, what we can do as a society to help those efforts. How the lands recover also includes how to prevent another fire of this caliber from happening. So, how can we prevent massive and deadly wildfires from occurring? [...]

Wildfires: Are They Good or Bad?

Wildfires: Are They Good or Bad?

Although wildfires that create such massive destruction don't happen often, they do happen. As of January 10, wildfires consumed 9.7 million acres in the United States alone in 2017. With that being said, the argument of whether wildfires are good or bad is still at large; how could anyone consider a natural disaster as bad as a wildfire to be a good thing? According to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), there are many benefits of fire. "It is one of our greatest tools and one of our most destructive forces," (CalFire). Fires actually clean the forest floor, provide better habitat for animals, kills disease and promotes new generations of plants and animals. [...]

Valentine's Day Ideas

Valentine's Day Ideas

It is officially February! Which means you have less than two weeks to get your significant other a special Valentine’s Day gift that you haven’t gotten them before. Whether you’re in a fairly new relationship or you’ve been married for 50 years, Valentine’s Day is always nerve wracking. Thankfully here at Nature’s Seed, we may have exactly what you’re looking for. [...]

Design Your Own Pinterest-Perfect Wildflower Escape

Design Your Own Pinterest-Perfect Wildflower Escape

Have you ever scrolled through Pinterest and saw a beautiful cottage nestled within a promising garden of wildflowers? I know I have. I always pin it to my “someday” board and keep scrolling. Enough with the “somedays!” Here’s how to welcome in the new year right; design you own Pinterest-perfect wildflower escape. [...]

Meet Our New Assistant Brand Manager- Corryn LaRue

Meet Our New Assistant Brand Manager- Corryn LaRue

Hello all! My name is Corryn La Rue and I am from a little town in California named Templeton. I moved to Utah in August of 2015 to attend Utah State University. I am dual-majoring in Agriculture Communications and Journalism with an emphasis in Broadcast, and also minoring in Animal Science. I love Utah State University and I am so glad I got the opportunity to study here! I am scheduled to graduate in four years, on time, in May of 2019. [...]

Wildlife and Your Garden

Wildlife and Your Garden

My gardening values differ drastically from many of my fellow Utahans. While most of them value a tightly mowed weed-free lawn, I prefer something that offers more diversity as well as more food for me, my bees, and the wildlife around me. [...]

How to Deal with Overgrown Roses

How to Deal with Overgrown Roses

When I moved to my new place last year we had a huge ‘Peace’ rose. It did the job of flowering brilliantly until about mid-July, and then it just stopped despite my sister’s attempts to keep it deadheaded and looking sharp. This is a problem with many roses as they get older, and it is not uncommon for this to start showing up a couple of years after planting. The solution to this drop in productivity is pruning. [...]

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