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I'm doing a few online interviews with the good, green folks at the Daily Green this spring. ...

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I had the benefit of interviewing Jeff Lowenfels for my radio show today. The show will be...

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Forget the golf course. The hot new "amenity" being offered to residents of new subdivisions is...

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Not much to say here...just showing off my parsnips which I planted last summer and which...

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This won't come as news to many gardeners and permaculturists, but global "peak oil" is on the...

As a resident atop a mesa in Clairemont, California my yard contains heavy clay soil atop...

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This graphic tells the story about as well as Micheal Pollan could.  It's all about the...

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I probably should take my own temperature to make sure that I'm not feverish and delusional,...

KGI is putting its new media muscles to work on behalf of school gardens by supporting them in...




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