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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

DC PSC Moves To Renewable Energy

The DC Public Service Commission (PSC) now requires DC’s electric utility to purchase renewable energy through new long-term contracts. These contracts, also referred to as...

In Search of Dandelions

It’s the first day of the stay-at-home order, but I’m in a field in Northern Virginia, fifteen miles from my home, bowing to finger...

Thrillers Fillers and Spillers in the Garden

It’s time to start planting some of my outdoor pots. My sister always starts with fresh soil. I always re-use last year’s soil. We...

Renting in The Time of COVID

The spring real estate rental market has arrived. Or has it? Residential rental values seem to be holding firm – but for how long?...

Grow Vegetables During The Lockdown

Hunkering down does not have to be a bore. If you want to find enjoyment, excitement, drama and lots conflict, plant a vegetable garden...

Contractors Keep Customers Safe

David Mahoney said that given the concerns around the coronavirus, he understood the reasons why his painters were turned away when they came to...

Plastic Tree Makes Reuse a Reality

Ever wonder where those goods you put in the recycling bin actually go? With all the news about China restricting US recycling imports and...

Camelia, A Star for the Spring Garden

Camelia japonica, is the spring blooming variety of the camelia world and Camellia sasanqua, is the fall bloomer. Both plants have the notoriety of...

Free DPR Urban Grower Webinar Course

During this time of social distancing the DC Parks and Rec Urban Grower Course has been converted into an all online webinar course called...

What Grows on Capitol Hill?

On March 10, at 7:15 p.m., at Northeast Library, 330 Seventh St. NE, the Capitol Hill Garden Club presents: “20/20 Vision: What Grows on...
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