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spirit2sole
Posted on: Jun 9, 2011

The weather is very warm in New Jersey considering it is still spring, the temps are more like l

CIEDM
Posted on: Jun 6, 2011

Staring this past weekend, CIEDM, a KGI member, has engaged its 2011 Meetups for World Environme

preeti patil
Posted on: Jun 6, 2011

While the sweltering heat gives way to monsoons, and the cold chill to spring, the Earth rejoice

Peter
Posted on: Jun 1, 2011

If you've ever wanted to try sous-vide or cold smoking at home, my latest article is a primer on

spirit2sole
Posted on: Jun 1, 2011

It has come to most people’s attention the sad state of our food affairs in these United States.

Roger Doiron
Posted on: May 31, 2011

To the non-French ear, everything seems to sound better and more refined when said in French unl

jensmith
Posted on: May 28, 2011

It’s hard to believe that native hedging varieties such as Hawthorn and Blackthorn can be home t

Africanaussie
Posted on: May 26, 2011

Slowly I have found herbs that grow easily here in the tropics and can be used to replace the mor

Jakob Barry
Posted on: May 26, 2011

We live in a third floor apartment and even though there is a community garden nearby that we tr

Coletta
Posted on: May 26, 2011

If you are new to gardening or are looking for an easier way to grow vegetables, try container ga

Jennifer May
Posted on: May 25, 2011

Last year, I followed master gardener Lee Reich's advice for creating a weed-free, dig-free gard

Roger Doiron
Posted on: May 17, 2011

More than 60 percent of the population of Nairobi, Kenya lives in the numerous slums located arou

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