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Posted on: Aug 19, 2011

Event Program Objectives: Contining our effort in participating the Great Sunflower Project, in

Posted on: Aug 17, 2011

 I had been bemoaning the fact that the grocery stores had a very limited choice of dried beans,

Posted on: Aug 15, 2011

Being a backyard gardener on a city lot, I've been experimenting with companion planting both ou

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Aug 15, 2011

The latest issue of National Geographic Magazine focuses on the challenge of feeding more people

Posted on: Aug 13, 2011

Luffa: The all purpose vegetable.

Posted on: Aug 11, 2011

 This is supposed to be the best time of the year for growing vegetables, or shall I say for gro

Ernest J.P. Muhly
Posted on: Aug 9, 2011

The Green Building Institute in Jessup is sponsoring an 8 Day in class & field training Perm

Posted on: Jul 31, 2011

Early Mrs Miller, my mother-in-law and I made hamburger pickles from cucumbers and dill from the

Jenks Farmer
Posted on: Jul 27, 2011

I’m Jenks Farmer. Yes, it’s very Dickensian - my name is my profession. We’ll sort of.

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jul 20, 2011

I love kitchen gardening, but there's something I love even more: encouraging other people to gr




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