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Last Spring - with absolutely no idea what I was doing I began a backyard kitchen garden. Thats...

Answer: No, but thousands of people watching it, changing the way they eat and live and...

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

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

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

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

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Here're the ingredients for the organic fertilizer I mix for my garden. It's based on the...

I read recently that Southern California is one of just a few places in the world that have a...

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With the global economy spiraling downward and Mother Nature preparing to reach upward, it’s a...

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