You can grow your own food. We can help.

Sheet mulching is one of my favorite methods of building a new organic garden, and today I'll...

Barbara Damrosch blogged  

October is harvest time in the garden, but it’s planting time for garlic. Put that on your bulb...

leduesorelle blogged  

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...

Vegetable Vagabond blogged  

Cygnet, Tasmania is a small town of 800 people at the bottom of the world, situated on the D’...

Roger Doiron blogged  

Since we can't pose for a KGI group photo, I was thinking we could do the next best thing by...

ColleenD blogged  

I made pickled hot peppers. But how can I post a photo?

Many thanks to Salma Kamal for organizing this event and sharing photos. 

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