Category Archives: repurposing

Kiwis Refuse To Procreate

No, not New Zealanders. (Although their birth rates are reportedly lower than ever.) I’m talking about the hardy kiwis we planted seven years ago. These delicate grape tomato-sized fruits are said to be reliable producers. Unlike their cousins commonly found … Continue reading

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Use Till Tattered

Just past frugality there’s a sort of a Velveteen Rabbit feeling about objects worn from use. Is this something others experience or am I more odd than I realize? Continue reading

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Landscape Art: Huge Hand-Crafted Outdoor Garden Bell

This interactive piece is an impressive and enduring landscape statement. Imagine it in a garden bed at your home, business, or organization. Continue reading

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New Sculpture From Old Metal

Yard art from Bit of Earth Farm. Continue reading

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Unintentional Farm Art

Finding art on the farm. Continue reading

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The Beauty of Repurposing

“Repurposing” is a strangely awkward word. Our ancestors didn’t need a name for the frugal and often creative uses they found to reuse objects. Continue reading

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