Author: Heather Lodge

Pollinators are insects (such as butterflies, bees and beetles), animals (such as bats and geckos) and birds (such as hummingbirds and honeyeaters) that bring pollen from one plant to another. This enables...
Imagine a time when factories could dump all of their chemical waste into the rivers, when every car on the road belched toxic lead into the sky, and poisonous pesticides were used...
One of my favorite things to do when the weather gets warm is garden. I love to watch tiny seeds turn into sprouts, sprouts turn into sprigs, and sprigs turn into full...
Every year March is designated Women’s History Month by presidential proclamation. The month is set aside to honor women’s contributions in American history. To mark the occasion, the Greenwich Historical Society invites...
Pomander balls have become a classic Christmas image. The oranges, beautifully studded with a pattern of cloves, can be found in many colonial house museums during the holidays. But what are they,...
Today, I'm going to teach you how to make dandelion honey. No bees involved. Flower flavored sweets and syrups were popular from early colonial days all the way to the late 1800's.