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Thad Scropos
Posted on: Jun 25, 2011

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

Posted on: Jun 25, 2011

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

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.

Posted on: Jun 20, 2011

Humans have been bothered by bugs since the beginning of time and have been applying pesticides

Posted on: Jun 19, 2011


Posted on: Jun 15, 2011

Yogurt is so easy, it practically makes itself.

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jun 13, 2011

I was really inspired by the diversity and nutritiousness of the crops planted in the White Hous

Posted on: Jun 13, 2011


I'd like(or have tried) to start a pod. But i've not had much luck?

Roberto Cappuccino
Posted on: Jun 12, 2011

Living in the wonderful, though polluted and loud and impossibly diverse dimension of Brooklyn, N

Posted on: Jun 12, 2011

Yes, this is the end of a good thing.  But really its also the start of another really good thin

Posted on: Jun 11, 2011

Civilization has been saving and exchanging seeds for 10,000 years.




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