Building adaptive garden spaces to productively overcome physical limitations. The key to long term enjoyment and productivity of your garden space is proper preparation. Taking the time to plan your garden layout, bed heights, and container styles to address your limitations will save you lots of hassle and work in the future while reducing the […]
Adaptive garden seed planting techniques to productively overcome physical limitations. Small seeds can be difficult to plant and space accurately in a garden, especially for those with arthritis, loss of motor skills, and injuries to their hands. There are a number of options available to overcome these challenges and to precisely plant seeds in picture-perfect […]
Adaptive garden tools to productively overcome physical limitations. Fresh air, sunshine, and getting your hands dirty while gardening is therapeutic and a fantastic way to boost mental health and physical well-being. Gardening can save you money, it can provide food security, and it can provide loads of vitamin-rich food to keep your family healthy. Studies […]
Overcoming disability challenges when mounting and dismounting a lawn mower. Spring is well underway and it’s time to fire up our lawn tractors and mowers for another season of lawn care. For some people, mowing the lawn may seem like just another chore that must be done. For others however, mowing the lawn provides an […]
We know there is still plenty of winter to come, but we thought now would be a good time to talk about some solutions to getting onto a lawn mowing when the user has a leg disability. We meet and talk with several people each year who want to keep doing their own lawn mowing, but have difficulty getting onto the mower, or operating the foot pedals. Read on to see of the solutions we have suggested over the years.
A billboard along the highway caught my attention this past week. I think it was for a furniture store or antique store. It was the tagline that caught my attention. It read, “Old is New”
The work of a farmer is never over, but there are certainly seasons that are more or less busy. Now that the frenzy of preparing soil and planting is behind us, the month of July can allow just a little bit of a breather while we wait and pray for a good harvest.
In case you weren’t aware, it is winter. Looking out my window in west Michigan, it looks more like early spring, but it is still chillingly cold, annoyingly wet, and January still has a week to go. Winter can be a slow time for trade workers, and most days can be spent in the comfort. However, farmers, loggers, builders, excavators, and many others have to spend many days outside in harsh conditions. Read on to find out more about making your work a bit easier this winter.
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Installations are often a practically invisible part of a building. Miles of cables, piping, tubes and wires are concealed behind the ceilings, floors, walls and foundations. The facilities themselves are tucked behind voids or form unsightly blemishes on rooftops. Future Buildings The ultimate tribute was the radical 1977 design of the Centre Pompidou in Paris […]