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5 Tips (and no Tricks) to Feed Your Family from the Farm Share

I often get asked "What do I do if my kid/spouse/guinea pig won't eat _______ [insert name of vegetable]?"While pondering what to do with a new-to-us vegetable in the CSA box, celeriac, I wrote up a list of tips that have worked for us over the past…See More
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Make Your Own Organic Liquid Fertilizer

Originally shared at Before I give you my recipe I need to be very clear.  ALFALFA is considered a "high risk crop."  This means that Alfalfa is on of the top 10 Genetically Modified plants in the US.   From the…See More
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Soup Jazz Sunday: Portuguese Kale and Sausage Soup

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Make Your Own Organic Liquid Fertilizer

Posted by Marianne Smith on January 26, 2015 at 9:35am

Soup Jazz Sunday: Portuguese Kale and Sausage Soup

Posted by Emily Eagan on January 22, 2015 at 2:30pm

Young & Green: Dekendra

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15 Ways to warm up without turning up the thermostat

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New Year, New Skills

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My Mother's Lefse

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Plant Heirloom Seeds for VICTORY!

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