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I have just started to receive seed catalogs this year. I used to order organic seed from The Cook's Garden, but hadn't for several years, so I was surprised to receive their catalog. It looked glossy and big, compared to what I remembered. Yes, indeed. It is now owned by Burpee.

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How do I post a blog on this site? I filled in the form under "blog" and saved but then kept getting a "this is not a valid URL" message. Additionally, I did not see a "post blog" button. Thanks for any help you can offer.
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Willamette University's Summer Institute in Sustainable Agriculture at Zena Farm is further described in this blog: http://willametteuniversityzenafarm.wordpress.com. Check it out!
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Willamette University's Zena Farm posted a status update 
At Willamette Univeristy's Zena Farm in Salem, OR, we are recruiting campus farmers from all over the country to take part in our Summer Institute in Sustainable Agriculture! Earn college credits! Learn to farm organically! Live in a sustainable community! Take a look at our website for more information: http://www.willamette.edu/centers/csc/zena/farm/...
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Help! Rodale Institute's Farming for Credit Directory has disappeared, and I need a list of on-campus farms/gardens in Canada for my undergrad thesis research. Any ideas?
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