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Happy Holidays from Mangos In Paradise.LLC

Blog: Mangos In Paradise, LLC   -   Saturday December 28, 2013   -   By Libby

Happy Holidays from Mangos In Paradise,LLC  It is going to be another very interesting season for growing mangoes here in Pine Island Florida. This week of Christmas we have had temps in the mid 80's! Yes, old man winter has stayed up in the North and...

Why Raw Milk?

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Friday June 21, 2013   -   By Katie

Why Raw Milk?One of the commitments our family made as part of the Locavore90 challenge is to find local sources for our meat, eggs and dairy. This week I had the privilege of speaking with several local dairy farmers as part of my search for the right...

Spring Update March 8, 2012

Blog: Walkers Fresh Veggies   -   Thursday March 08, 2012   -   By Mark & Carolyn

Walkers Fresh Veggies CSA Update We have the first greenhouse filled. Seeded 2000 cabbages, 3000 Broccoli, 2000 Early Girl Tomatoes, 1000 Sunbrite tomatoes, 250 Solar Fire Tomatoes, and around 1000 Basil. The cabbage and broccoli are all up, and the...

March CSA Newsletter

Blog: Walkers Fresh Veggies   -   Wednesday February 29, 2012   -   By Mark & Carolyn

Walkers Fresh Veggies CSA Newsletter March 2012 Hi Everyone! We have been invited to speak at a luncheon that is being held in St. Joe on March 7 th . We, along with four or five other local (Southwestern Michigan) CSA’s will present our...

How do you keep your deer away???

Blog: Quest Farm Produce   -   Saturday July 09, 2011   -   By Denis and Bridget

So...Denny is always surprising me and keeping me laughing with his innovative ideas and solutions!  This is what he did last night to discourage the deer from eating all his produce....about 10:00 pm he comes up to tell me that he is heading down to...

Miso Happy Broth

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday February 24, 2011   -   By Cynthia

(Cynthia answers the call) Taking the time to allow land and sea vegetables to infuse a soup stock with their nutrients creates a powerful soup.  The probiotics in the miso make it easy to digest too.  For printable recipe or to watch the video, ...

Find me on blogspot !

Blog: Midlife Farmwife   -   Monday May 10, 2010   -   By Donna OShaughnessy and

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My lower back remembers how much work farming is

Blog: Ebb and Flow Farm   -   Tuesday April 13, 2010   -   By Forrest Skylar

  The birds are nesting the wild ramps are rampant and the sun is shining. So far this spring is gorgeous compared to the last three we've seen on the farm here in Lakewood, PA.  Already we've planted rows of carrots, spinach,lettuce,onions,peas,and...

Hurray for spring!

Blog: Straw Hat Farm   -   Tuesday March 23, 2010   -   By Chet and Karen

 The Shantung Purple is up, in the field, and all the garlic in the hoop houses is up and looking good!  We've already harvested some garlic greens and will soon be harvesting garlic scallions.

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Taking a year off

Blog: Greenjeans Farm   -   Sunday December 27, 2009   -   By Jeff & Toni

I have had an epiphany.   We don’t have to grow food to feed other people! I have a great job. We do the farm because we use it, and we like to share. There is great joy in that!   My next year is dedicated to sharing with who I want to.   No...

Ingredients Matter

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Tuesday November 03, 2009   -   By Justin

  It’s somewhat ironic how quickly the Slow Food concept – and everything it embodies – is gaining momentum. The Slow Food movement has caught peoples’ attention worldwide, by upholding the appreciation and awareness of quality, clean, ethical...

Thanks for a great CSA season

Blog: Rivendel Farms   -   Tuesday October 13, 2009   -   By Ginger

Thank you to all for the '09 CSA season. What do you want in a CSA ????? How much, how offen, where, information, reciepies access to the farm ?????? We want to make your CSA the best possible for the '10 season. Give us your thoughts. What did you like...

Cheap German Wine is perfect for May Wine Recipe

Blog: So Succulent Gardens   -   Monday May 04, 2009   -   By Blossomfarm

In Europe and colonial days May Wine was a traditional popular drink served in spring and early summer when the Sweet Woodruff is fresh and in full bloom and was traditional served in Germany on May 1. Celebrate with May Wine on Mother's...

working past the slow food thing.

Blog: Greenjeans Farm   -   Wednesday March 11, 2009   -   By Jeff & Toni

We just want to GROW.   At Greenjeans Farm we grow organically, we are not certified because the paper work is ridiculous and would take up valuable moon and family time, but organic is all I would feed my family. Or any one else that grazed our...


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