Here are some great resources from Laura Kelley to help you stay organic – for you and for our wild neighbors!
Soil Importance ~
Without nutrient dense soil how do we expect to grow edible foods to give us nutrients we need in order to live a healthy life? Please seek organic certified soil when growing foods of any kind. BSG – Brewster Sand and Gravel, located in North Eastham, has soil you can grow edible foods in.
BSG – 508.255.0404
Or Site One in Dennis www.siteone.com
Mosquito, ticks and flea help ~
If you wish to DETER pests from your property, please use essential oils so you won’t harm any beneficial insects in the process. Feel free to reach out to:
Pure Solutions in Chatham for a quote of a price for them to deter pests in your yard, it’s not very expensive since it’s oils in water and they spray monthly keeping the pest population down.
Pure Solutions – www.puresolutions.com
Chatham – 781.899.7873
Matt’s Organics ~
The best place to purchase starter seedlings is in Dennis, they are truly organic. Matt’s opens on May 1st, please order on line and pick up at:
36 Upper County Road in Dennisport –
Orleans Outdoor Farmers Market ~
Every Saturday 11am to 1pm is full of venders/farmers bringing us local foods, meats, cheese, honey, vegetables and fruits of course, also non-toxic products for your home like laundry detergent, toothpaste, body cream, soaps, etc. What you purchase and use matters to our resources here! Support our local farmers weekly to help them grow more foods for us all!
Old Colony Way, Orleans
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