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Making Your Own Organic Garden Fertilizer

Gardening is one of my favorite labor-of-loves. When you produce your own food, you have control over the types of food you grow and knowing exactly how it has been produced. And being outside on your own property, planting and nurturing growing things provides a great sense of accomplishment and satisfaction too. This year, I […]

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Gardening Tips – Targeting the Ideal Soil

It’s that time of year again – time to start thinking about buying seeds, starting seedlings, and prepping our boxes, spaces, and yards for gardens. I haven’t even begun to do anything yet with mine this year, but I need to get in gear soon. If you are in the same boat, hopefully this guest […]

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Current Events in Real Food and Sustainablity – What’s Going On?

I’d like to share some important and interesting destinations I’ve recently visited on the Internet relating to real food and food politics – of course, two subjects I am keenly interested in spreading around to my readers. Here we go! The school lunch saga continues on. In this report on the New York Daily News […]

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The Joy of Gardening – A Call to Sustainability

For the first time in my life, I am really beginning to comprehend just how wonderful it is to plant and cultivate a garden. For the last few years, I’ve been working on getting my garden to a point where it is thriving and producing each year. Last year was a pretty good season; for […]

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The Amazing Compost Pile Behind My House

Compost piles are truly amazing; they are a perfect example of the circle of life. You dump a bunch of organic material into a dedicated spot, keep adding to it, turn it now and then, give it air, sunshine, and a bit of moisture if it gets too dry…and within a year or so you […]

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Budgeting and Planning for My Garden

Over the last few weeks I’ve been thinking a lot about getting ready for gardening season – and wishing it was already warm enough to plant! But we’ve got a ways to go yet… I have several goals this year that are a bit different than last year. Last year I was just trying to […]