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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 Dr. Rimjhim Duggal Stephens on May 19th, 2015 under General, How To's
“I’m going gluten free!” – We’ve all heard someone say it.  At work, family gatherings, or girls’ nights out… gluten is one of the nutritional buzzwords of our time. Experimenting with a gluten free diet doesn’t mean a life void of tasty or nutritious food – gluten free foods can be...
Posted by Desiree Nielsen RD on May 6th, 2015 under General
The return of bread to restaurant menus everywhere is a sure sign that the gluten free trend is cooling. I am both happy that our sometimes-misinformed obsession with gluten is waning…and a bit worried about the backlash for those who are dependent on a gluten free lifestyle for...

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