Looking for something new for your garden and have something to get rid of? Try a plant swap/exchange. Trade a (healthy) plant, bulbs or seeds you no longer want or need for something new for your garden! Try sites and forums to find or organize a swap like http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/exchind/ or http://www.plantswap.net/
Lucky enough to have a local farmers market in the... →
Here are 6 tips to mastering your farmers market from The Daily Green.
Missing your garden? →
Here are some tips for starting a container garden with minimal space
Electrocute Meat? →
Meat electrocution the next standard procedure to reduce bacterial contamination? Take a look at what Food Politics has to say on the matter.
U-Relish Farm →
Cara Dafforn sells home grown packaged meals at her local farmers market made for the crockpot, saving busy families the time and stress of preparing a healthy, local meal.
Food Sovereignty Law →
Sedgwick, Maine just passed one of the first “Food Sovereignty Law” to allow the sale of local food without agriculture regulations. Check out Natural News’ article on its impact.
Interested in growing your own potatoes? →
Check out how to do it in just 4 square feet!
Ecocentric's Favorite Sustainable Restaurants →
Ecocentric has picked their favorite sustainable restaurants of 2011. Look over the list and try one close to you!
Winter Gardening →
Just because it’s winter the beauty of your garden doesn’t have to disappear. Take a look at Seasonal Wisdom’s steps for a “Wonderful Winter Garden.”
The UN has designated 2012 as the International... →
Check out Mother Earth News’ 12 steps to go green this year.
Freight Farms is a sustainable food project that will allow people to grow food anywhere in shipping containers while reducing food miles and creating a local food source.
Succulents make great indoor plants due to the minimal care they require (even less is needed in the winter). Take a look at Get Busy Gardening’s guide to the best soil, watering and light to give them.
Looking to start a chicken coop? →
Check out Mother Earth News’ Pickin Chicken Breed Selector app and find out which breed fits your needs.
Homegrown Food Challenge in Chickpea Magazine! →
We would like to thank Bob and Cara of Chickpea Magazine for publishing an article on us in their winter 2012 issue! Chickpea is a quarterly magazine featuring content from around the vegan community, including writing, discussion, recipes, photography, artwork and stories. You can read their issues for free online or purchase high-quality, sustainably printed copies. Plus there isn’t any...
On Brooklyn’s polluted Gowanus Canal the Sweep... →
Make planting easier this year by making newspaper... →
Seeds@City Urban Farm is a program at San Diego where you can get a degree in urban sustainable agriculture that provides CSA offerings and has an incredible demand from its students.
Winter is soup season. →
Check out Deliciously Organic’s Red Pepper, Corn and Potato Soup!
Feel like you waste half of the food you cook some... →
Organic Authority has a list “5 ‘Throwaway’ Items You Can Eat!”
What is the price we’ll pay for publicly traded... →
Food Politics enlightens the strange techniques big brands use to expand their market share.
Cozy up with some new organic hot cocoa recipes... →
Grist’s editor recounts 2011 sustainable food... →