Jennifer Noonan


A confessed DIY junkie, Jennifer Noonan writes about home improvement, gardening, and all things do-it-yourself. The recipient of degrees in International Relations and Library & Information Science from Syracuse University, Ms. Noonan has worked in media and related fields for over 15 years, including her time at MTV Networks, where she served as Manager of Digital Programming at Nickelodeon. Today, Ms. Noonan lives in Delaware with her husband and daughters, where she is ardently teaching the next generation how to use power tools.  

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APRIL 26, 2013 | FRIDAY
How To: Plant a Tree

The Arbor Day Foundation was founded in 1972 with a mission toward conservation and education. It’s the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees—they planted ...

15 DIY Storage Ideas to Help Corral Your Kids' Clutter

Kids may be small, but they tend to take up a lot of space— at least their stuff certainly does! Between the toys, books, DVDs and craft supplies, you may wonder if you’ll ever achieve ca...

APRIL 19, 2013 | FRIDAY
So, Who Are Master Gardeners and What Can They Do for You?

If you live on a property with a lawn or garden, you should be aware of Master Gardeners. In 1972, the first Master Gardener program started in Washington State, after the growing suburba...

On the Edge: 16 Garden Borders You Can Make

No newly cut garden bed is complete without some edging to distinguish it from the rest of your yard. Installing landscape edging is an easy DIY project that makes a major impact on the a...

APRIL 12, 2013 | FRIDAY
10 Ingenious Alternatives to a Traditional Home Office

For a home office, you don't always need extra square footage, only creative thinking and a little ingenuity!

APRIL 12, 2013 | FRIDAY
Add a Little Spice to Your Life with a Culinary Herb Garden

If you love to cook, then you know the value of fresh herbs. Modern transportation and preservation methods make all sorts of produce, including herbs, easily accessible from most of our ...

How To: Dry Your Garden Herbs

If you want to keep a little bit of your summer garden with you all year long, you can do so by drying herbs and storing them for use after your plants have fallen to the frost. Drying he...

MARCH 22, 2013 | FRIDAY
How To: Make a Deck Rail Planter

Last year, I was dying to have some deck rail planters to grow spinach and lettuce in, but I couldn’t find any that were the right size (or that I liked well enough for the price). So thi...

5 Ways to Use Bamboo in Your Landscape

Bamboo is one of the most exotic and eco-friendly materials used in construction. Long associated with Asian cultures and design, this giant grass has been trending in the U. S. for the l...

Wheelbarrows to Lighten Your Load

Just as shovels and rakes come in every size and shape, wheelbarrows are now available in varying designs to suit your gardening needs.