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Tips for Successful Indoor Seed-Starting

Think of a seed in the same way that you would a prematurely born baby and you're likely to have...

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Wondering if you can get by using some of last year's seeds? The short answer is "maybe." For a...

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Hi, we're now putting updated information and pictures on our new website. Lots of beautiful things happening, even in the cold of winter. Visit us at: http://www.sidneycsd.org/GreenThumb.aspx
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Cold storage room

Hello, To preserve my kitchen vegetable and store my canning, i built a ...

Roger Doiron commented on Wm MacGray question
Is anyone working as an employee of KGI ? Perhaps in a fashion similar to a missionary. Supported by the sending organization, serving as a consultant, teacher, etc. Masanobu Fukuoka had a vision for re-vegetating the deserts of the world. Has there been any attempt to mobilize resources in support of any such program ?
Wm MacGray commented on Wm MacGray question
Is anyone working as an employee of KGI ? Perhaps in a fashion similar to a missionary. Supported by the sending organization, serving as a consultant, teacher, etc. Masanobu Fukuoka had a vision for re-vegetating the deserts of the world. Has there been any attempt to mobilize resources in support of any such program ?
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Is anyone working as an employee of KGI ? Perhaps in a fashion similar to a missionary. Supported by the sending organization, serving as a consultant, teacher, etc. Masanobu Fukuoka had a vision for re-vegetating the deserts of the world. Has there been any attempt to mobilize resources in support of any such program ?
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