“Adopting Refused Woods That’s Heading For The Landfill”
Wish me luck! After our six years living in the same building and seeing the empty backyard being wasted away, I finally made my decision to turn it into a garden of fresh and healthy fruits, veges, and herbs! The size of my backyard is decent but I will never eat anything that grow in that soil! So, here’s my plan;
Stage 1: gathering the woods. The Valhalla sport store is relocating and have been renovating a bigger space half a block from us, and after work I saw people inside. One person was kind enough to invite me in and I told him that I would like to adopt some of the refused woods that I could use for fencing to keep small animal out. Starting tomorrow I will be lagging their refused to start mine.
Stage 2: Decide what safe to use to make a raise bed for my veges and herbs. I was told that untreated cedar woods are great to use for this type of projects because it doesn’t break down faster. And also because its void of any chemicals. I sure hope home depot carries them there.
Stage 3: Decide on the length and width of raise beds and how many. Make a list of tools and supplies. I should also be looking at buying some soil as well. I am going to I