You can grow your own food. And we can help!
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Are there any blogs or links(examples) of sow it forward projects completed successfully ???
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Are you throwing those vegetable trimmings into the compost bin?  How about regrowing some...

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Ron Finley

Artist and designer Ron Finley couldn’t help but notice what was going on in his backyard. “...

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Stir-fry with Asian  Greens

A stir-fry is one of those wonderfully quick dishes you can make any time of the year, using...

Eliot Coleman and Barbara Damrosch

For many Mainers, April  is affectionately known as mud season. For me, it's when I met Barbara...

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Planted Pole beans today - sprouted seeds, 2 6' rows

Want to try your hand at canning but think it's too complicated?  It's really not, and the best...

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Get your heirloom seeds!  I love vintage varieties that have been handed down for generations...

mcenerny posted a status update 
Planted Pole beans today - sprouted seeds, 2 6' rows

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