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starchild
Posted on: Jul 5, 2011

Hello Fellow Members,

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jul 5, 2011

Julie Bass of Oak Park Michigan had her frontlawn destroyed as a result of a broken sewer line.

aphilbeck8
Posted on: Jul 3, 2011

This is the first year I have a successful corn harvesting.

CIEDM
Posted on: Jul 1, 2011

CIEDM Meetup for 2011 International Plastic Bag-Free Day on July 3rd & Food Independence Day

Salma
Posted on: Jun 30, 2011

"Mango is like a drug.

Allotmentmanyork
Posted on: Jun 28, 2011

The weather in England has been pretty good this year.

johannagreen
Posted on: Jun 26, 2011

I saw this story on my local news yesterday and couldn't have been happier.  Our city ordinances

Jakob Barry
Posted on: Jun 26, 2011

When it came to growing vegetables this year we were a bit pressed for time and hadn’t been able

Thad Scropos
Posted on: Jun 25, 2011

Squash is what the indians grew and what I have the most success with.

CorrigansCityFa...
Posted on: Jun 25, 2011

These noxious weeds go by numerous other names, including Polygonum cuspidatum (one of its scien

CIEDM
Posted on: Jun 24, 2011

To celebrate the National Pollinator Week, June 20-26, 2011, CIEDM signed up the July 4 locavore

Sugar Bay Lily
Posted on: Jun 23, 2011

I remember eating sugared pansies at my grandmother's house in the farmlands of Indiana.

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