At the farmers market this time of year, tomatoes are strutting their stuff in all sorts of glorious and quirky colors: green striped, white, pink, purplish-brown. Consumers have seed savers and amateur breeders to thank for discovering and sharing some of these heirloom varieties, like the Cherokee Purple. Source: How A Seed Saver Discovered One […]
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Can you remember a wetter summer? We’re scratching our heads and hoping the bird will return with the olive branch soon! Of course, farmers are never happy with the weather, but this has to be one for the record books. I have searched the internet to get confirmation of the totals, but around here the […]
* You’ve got a story. And it’s not just the ins and outs of your daily life, and all the things that make you smile, though those are part of your story. It’s bigger than that. It doesn’t start on the day you were born, and it doesn’t end on the day you get married. […]
An article looking at CSAs and the challenges they facing in an increasing demanding food economy. Source: CSAs and Aggregators: Threshing Things Out | Rodale Institute
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