You can grow your own food. We can help.
Farro and Spring Pea Soup

Risi e Bisi is an old Veneto dish made with rice and fresh peas, and depending on whose recipe...

Joan Kerr blogged  

The teaching garden has inspired so many people to join and participate.  We are creating a...

Barbara Damrosch blogged  

"Infestation" is an alarming word. Organisms, perhaps tolerable in small numbers, assemble in...

Our friends at Storey Publishing recently sent us a copy of one of their latest offerings called...

Mike Taylor blogged  

Our community garden group put on our city's 1st EarthDay celebration the last weekend. We out...

Farmer Dave blogged  

Composting is in the air, is it time to flip your pile and you don't have to do it like Mary is...

Africanaussie blogged  

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david e kelley blogged  

One of the dogs and I in front of the garlic patch, just waiting.  The garlic should be ready...

Allotmentmanyork blogged  

I am quite pleased that some of my potato seeds have germinated, they are tiny. The germination...

Tracy blogged  

With the beautiful autumn weather that we have been having, tidying up the herb garden has been...

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