New beginnings for the gardens start in February.
I invite in the excitement in the form of seeds and begin setting my strategy.
I begin to gradually bring it to life while I sit down for some garden talk with fellow seedaholics.
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The sight of a sunrise and a daily dose of local & national news along with a cup full of green tea is how many health-conscious people like to begin their day. While the sunrise is a great source of Vitamin-D and newspaper is a source of knowledge, a cup of green tea is the health secret behind both the body and the brain. Among the myriad reasons to drink green tea regularly, the best way to sum up can be that it is…
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Many years ago I come across a hard to find book by Robert De Ropp - Church of the Earth The ecology of a creative community - it was writings based on Robert leaving the life of a scientist and going back to the land to grow his own food and develop an experimental community. It was more than just living on the land it was about experimenting on a deeper level with community living and working with…Continue
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Pizza Hippo thanks everyone who generously gave both financial and emotional support to this now funded project. Especially the financial supporters. (And a special thanks to Homegrown.org for curating our Kickstarter page.)
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Hello, and welcome back to the Outlandish Dreams blog. I've got to say that un-outlandish dreams are okay, like dreaming for a dishwasher, but the bigger ones really get me going.…Continue
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Southern Vermont has an amazing food culture for lack of a better descriptor. Everyone gardens, farms, raises animals, brews cider, kambucha, pickles, cures, and generally eat like kings.
When I moved here a few years ago, I got involved with making sourdough breads. What could possibly be better than fresh sourdough bread, piping hot from the oven, butter melting and steaming on the crusty crust right before "chomp" and "ahhhh"?
One day last summer, we had a cold night and…Continue
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