How to: Trim Wood Window Blinds
Jonathan B.
Jun 30, 2008

We've been busy moving in to a new place, and, as always, been looking for ways to re-use what we already have. For example: wood window blinds -- they're always a bit too wide. Here's how to shorten them for a custom fit.

We've also got a how to with five easy ways to save your local bees (the good kind), and a round up of the best Re-nest reader comments from June.

We're looking for good, green solutions for carpenter bees (the bad kind). And one of our favorite bloggers finds out that you can end up with a yard full of edibles without watering at all.

Carpenter bees are attacking Mozmun20's house. What to do?

As we've learned first hand, and as Re-nest reader Monica wrote, cat pee is evil, evil stuff. Learn how our readers get cat pee out the green way, and about the most resourceful and insightful reader comments on Re-nest posts from all of June.

Ever wanted to just throw up your hands and stop watering your lawn? Crunchy Chicken's gone and done just that. She's finding all sorts of edibles...

...not to mention an improved bee habitat. Stephanie's got the scoop on small steps you can take to help out the bees near your home.

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