You can grow your own food. We can help.

Its hard to see in this photo, but there is a copper slug barrier around this plant. It was...

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Portland, Oregon is home to a diverse variety of school garden programs. Schools, non-profits,...

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Growing your own potatoes will pay big dividends in flavor and nutrition, especially if you grow...

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This winter, I read the Permaculture bible, "Gaia's Garden".  I got a lot of ideas, many of...

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Last September I  took all my old lettuce seeds and decided to plant up a few planters with the...

Peter blogged  

Read how courtesy of a friend with trees 12 gallons of sap transformed into a...

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