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Posted by Darcy Smith - Field Reporter on August 15th, 2014 under General, Sustainable Living

Some days, I can hardly keep up with summer abundance – fresh fruits and veggies are everywhere, and some of them are only in season for a brief time. How does one make the most of what the garden has to offer on these warm summer days? To find the answer, I turned to the source: the farmers who...
Posted by Darcy Smith - Field Reporter on August 1st, 2014 under General, How To's, Sustainable Living
I fancy myself a fairly healthy eater, save for the, ahem, occasional chocolate indulgence (okay, maybe not so occasional), but lately I’d been feeling the need for a reset. Maybe it’s the long summer afternoons relaxing with friends, or my waning willpower in the face of temptation (did I mention...
Posted by Natures Path on August 1st, 2014 under General, Organic Gardening, Sustainable Living
Each year we’re inspired by the amazing projects that apply for one of our three $15,000 Gardens for Good grants – this year is no exception!

We’re so excited to spill the dirt on our 2014 Gardens for Good winners. From the 136 entries from non-profit organizations making an impact at the local...
Posted by Darcy Smith - Field Reporter on August 1st, 2014 under General, How To's, Sustainable Living
Farmers markets are about people who love food, growers and eaters alike. If this seems broad, it should. Those abundant tables bearing fresh fruits and veggies are the bridge between farm and fork, and I cross it whenever I can! Come along one day and I’ll surely be singing the praises of farmers...

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