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Jenks Farmer blogged  

I’m Jenks Farmer. Yes, it’s very Dickensian - my name is my profession. We’ll sort of. Farming...

I love kitchen gardening, but there's something I love even more: encouraging other people to...

Early Mrs Miller, my mother-in-law and I made hamburger pickles from cucumbers and dill from...

The Green Building Institute in Jessup is sponsoring an 8 Day in class & field training...

Luffa: The all purpose vegetable.

My summer kitchen garden is never...

david e kelley blogged  

So far I've only had 6 days below 100 f. up to 106 on my back porch, and 2 1/2" of rain during...

Jakob Barry blogged  

As I may have mentioned before instead of working the land we have a small balcony garden this...

Roger Doiron blogged  

Hello. I'm giving a TEDx talk in Portland, ME in September (!) and would love to include some of...

spencanoe blogged  

Cohocton River Rock Micro Farm has some new editions this week. A local garden center has a...

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