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A couple of years ago we took some of our apples to Great Maine Apple Day, MOFGA's annual event...

In a combined attempt with the Michele Obama, the United States Department of Agriculture has...

“To put it simply—these are good people with a small, historic business, selling important...

Although I like to think of myself as one of the good guys in life, while preparing for my...

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 One of my favorite fruits is figs - I can remember having a huge fig tree outside my bedroom...

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As autumn has brought many changes to the outside world my balcony garden seems to be flowing...

Project Homestead blogged  

The tomatoes have been generous this year. We harvested a slew of cherries, including sungolds...

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A Survival Story

I took a few pictures today of...

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We took a road trip to California last week and came home to a garden full of produce.  Its...

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