Monthly Archives: May 2011

turning rock into earth

We are trying to turn a zillion rocks into a nice, cultivable piece of land for next year. This year, we’ll let the winter squash ramble throughout the patch, while the cover crops hopefully smother the quack grass and horsetail, … Continue reading

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planting. finally…

three weeks later than last year but finally, under continuous rain, in go some of the cooler loving plants.

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Let the “workshare” begin

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the monsanto rag: sing-a-long

http://www.cornucopia.org/2011/01/the-monsanto-rag April 2011 Cornucopia Challenging Approval of GE Alfalfa Image courtesy of JoeMohrToons On January 27, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the complete deregulation of Monsanto’s controversial genetically engineered (GE) Roundup Ready Alfalfa. Although more than 200,000 public comments were … Continue reading

Posted in Food Info and Articles

Yum! great foodie blogs

There are so many people doing so many wonderful, local, good (mostly organic – or hopefully so) things around this area. I have added the two links below to the recipe page. chaudronsdemelo.canalblog.com thetwistedchef.wordpress.com And here are a few more … Continue reading

Posted in Great Local Food Initiatives, Recipes