Wild Things Farm

  (Crab Orchard, Tennessee)
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Yet another creative use for plastic grocery bags

Any of you that grew up when paper grocery bags were the only option at the store knows just how handy the plastic bags are that we get now.  I know they are annoying and they have a bad habit of multiplying in the cabinet, BUT could you imagine being able to carry in 9 paper bags of groceries at one time?  Nope.

Plastic grocery sacks are recycled here on the farm to hold veggies, bag trash, and even stuff floating row cover in and mark the bag with a marker as to which garden bed it fits.  The latest "aha" moment came when I was wearing lace-up boots and wanted to come in the house without tracking garden debris everywhere........

Voila!  I have hundreds of shoe protectors...........and my floor stays a little bit cleaner :)

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