Blogs des résidents
I want to put more plants in my share house. 2020.11.24
You’d be surprised what a little patch of green space can do for the environment, and if you have a bit of land in your share house that you can turn into a garden, you’ll make more of an impact in your corner of the planet than you realize. Thankfully we have a garden in Social residence Narita. Planting and harvesting your own food means that less has to be carted in from other countries, which decreases the amount of fuel that’ll be shot off into the atmosphere. If instead of food you’d like a flower and herb garden, plant flowers that attract and feed pollinators like bees and birds They’re disappearing at an alarming rate because of pesticide and insecticide use, so an organic garden full of delicious blossom and seeding plants (like sunflowers, amaranth, and millet) will help exponentially.
If you don’t have your land but have a thoroughly green thumb, consider getting involved in a community garden project. You’ll help others to develop their gardening skills, help to empower them by showing them how to be self-sufficient with their food security, and that garden will become a supportive ecosystem to all kinds of insects and small animals.
Hello, this is Angela and I am French. Having good time in Social Residence Narita.