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Posted by Natures Path on June 16th, 2015 under General, Organic Gardening, Sustainable Living
Relationships are the most important part of any farm – relationships between soil, water, crops, and farmer of course. On an urban farm, the community relationship is most important of all, and no one understands this better than the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative. Founded in 2013, the non-...
Posted by Desiree Nielsen RD on June 11th, 2015 under General, Organic Gardening, Sustainable Living

I have to admit I am a total gardening newbie. Life in a condo restricted me to a single pot of kale and the optimistic purchase of an apple tree that in years had never bore fruit.

 

After moving into my first house last year, the seemingly giant garden beds have intimidated me a...
Posted by Natures Path on March 12th, 2015 under General, Organic Gardening
At age 8, Birke Baehr decided he wanted to know where his food came from. At age 11, he took to the TED stage to deliver an eye-opening evaluation of our food system that quickly went viral. Now 15, he gives talks across and country and he’s well on his way to achieving his dream of becoming an...
Posted by Natures Path on March 9th, 2015 under General, Organic Gardening
Maria Rodale grew up on the first organic farm in America. That’s where she first learned the joy of eating organic – and where she learned to question everything. In the end, the answers she found led her back to the family farm, and the family business, Rodale. A pioneer in organic farming and...

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