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The end of summer is near so we have to take advantage of last minute beach time!
Our lovely home during the week! @greenfestival #asheville
Check out this lending library/book exchange! Created out of an old phone booth, people are allowed to simply take a book, if they drop one off! How great is that! #SharingIsCaring #Recycle #Ecofriendly #BookShare #CreativeThinking
@littlemittenvintage growing some greens in an old bed frame. _____________________________ Grow something and share with us what you are growing using #growsomethinggreen
Lots of special things this week :) for those of you that saw our mechanical cufflinks in the Sun Herald on the weekend here are some very limited edition versions, made by our amazing Sydney artisans Juan & Olivia, they're pretty amazing! These ones definitely won't make it online before fathers day so if youre interested email us on sales@upcyclestudio.com.au Silver ones are $199 and the gold ones are $299, we still have a few sets of the Sun Herald ones available too, these ones are $149 #reclaimed #watchparts #upcycle #upcycled #cufflinks #fathersday #upcyclestudio
Irish whiskey barrel bottle openers, for the dad that has everything, comes with a personalised number to track the history of the barrel. Limited qty available, $49 each, not online yet so email us on sales@upcyclestudio.com.au to claim one #upcycle #recycled #upcycled #reclaimed #whiskey #barrel #fathersday #upcyclestudio
Looks what arrived in time for Fathers day!! Cufflinks made from reclaimed Irish whiskey barrel timber :) complete with barrel number to research the history of where they came from! $49 per set, not online yet so email sales@upcyclestudio.com.au if you want to secure a pair in time for Dad! #upcycle #upcycled #Irish #whiskey #barrel #reclaimed #timber #cufflinks #fathersday #upcyclestudio

Bioswale Basics

Do you ever think about where all that water goes when it rains?

In a natural system, most rainwater gets absorbed in the ground where it falls. It gradually flows, or percolates, through the soil until it reaches the water table (the point in which an underground area is saturated with water.) As the water [...]