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Homegrown Evolution replied to HOMEGROWN.org's discussion 'Beekeeping 101 (The First Year)'
"Thanks for mentioning the Backwards Beekeepers!"
Feb 11, 2011
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Aliza Ess left a comment for Homegrown Evolution
"Just purchased your book along with Scott Kellogg's "Toolbox for Sustainable City Living." As a resident of Baltimore City, they're right down my alley! Can't wait to read."
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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Dirt Under My Fingernails City Slicker
A bit about me:
We are the authors of The Urban Homestead and run the blog homegrownevolution.com. We live in a small bungalow in Los Angeles with a dog and four hens.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Anything from the garden.
Currently reading:
Practical Science for Gardeners
Currently listening to:
I See Hawks in LA
My latest DIY project:
drip irrigation
Web site I recommend:
http://www.homegrownevolution.com

Homegrown Evolution Feed

New Cat Sensation: Faux Rat Tail

We’ve discovered a thrilling new cat toy: a long tail from a beet root. Yes indeed, it looks exactly like a hairy, dismembered rat tail, right down to the bloody stump. Even better, when batted, it moves like a rat tail. In fact, the excitement around this toy was so great that I could not […]

Picture Sundays: Wallpaper

William Morris’ Pomegranate and Bird wallpaper pattern #509.

Saturday Tweets: Dubious Tips, Growing Furniture and So Much More

Gardening in the Age of Pinterest: Dubious Online Garden Tips http://t.co/Fm48N2bfiP via @WVgardenguru — Root Simple (@rootsimple) April 17, 2015 Skyglow: Timelapse film dedicated to the need for light-pollution-free skies for stargazing via @BoingBoing http://t.co/SBBVj0q9Tx — Root Simple (@rootsimple) April 17, 2015 If homeless people can’t sleep outside, Apple customers shouldn’t either http://t.co/Mh3sDHRZYk via @dailydot […]

What does the loving landscape look like?

A post in our Back to the Garden series, organized under the “back to the garden” tag So, let’s say we want to play nice with the rest of nature. Let’s say we want public parks, yards and gardens which exist for more than show, spaces which support a diversity of life, steward our resources […]

043 Growing Vegetables with Yvonne Savio

Yvonne Savio is the Master Gardener Coordinator for UC Cooperative Extension in Los Angeles County. In this episode of the podcast we pick her brain about: Why you should grow your own food. Favorite vegetables. How to harvest vegetables. How to prepare a vegetable garden. Making compost. The problems with municipal compost. Raised beds vs. […]

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 4:12pm on September 30, 2008, Cornelia said…
An honor to have you - thanks for doing what you do!
At 10:22pm on October 20, 2008, I See Hawks In L.A. said…
Hey, thanks, we're thrilled! Great website!
At 9:49pm on October 29, 2008, Kelly Dukarski said…
Your site is really fantastic..like candy that I just can't get enough of. Look forward to learning more. Thanks!
At 10:35pm on October 29, 2008, Kelly Dukarski said…
Thanks! I was interested in your comment regarding bringing 4H to city kids. I have been thinking about doing something similar to that where inner city kids could come to the farm as part of a summer program. They could be part of the planting, harvesting and selling of veggies (learning life skills) in addition to feeding and caring for the animals. I have a friend who works with kids in East L.A. as part of an after school program and we are trying to incorporate the concept into a package that works here in MA. Big Plans!...maybe too big. And yes, hippie attire is mandatory
At 3:36pm on August 3, 2009, Aliza Ess said…
Just purchased your book along with Scott Kellogg's "Toolbox for Sustainable City Living." As a resident of Baltimore City, they're right down my alley! Can't wait to read.

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