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JULY 16 CSA INFO & RECIPES and "Transitions at the...

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday July 16, 2013   -   By Susana

IN YOUR BOX TODAY: CUCUMBERS !  tender enough for salads, do not have to be peeled, these are wonderful fresh on hot July days.  See the previously posted info & recipes for yogurt/cucumber/mint sauce or in Tabouli Salad. GREEN BEANS...

"Eating is a Revolutionary Act!" by David, plus in...

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday July 09, 2013   -   By Susana

BLUEBERRIES & BLACKBERRIES! so tasty and bursting with nutrients and essential vitamins--see their amazing health benefits listed below!  If you manage to not eat them all fresh, they’re wonderful in the “Morning Glory” muffin recipe below or the...

JULY 2 CSA Box, recipes and "Farming with Nature"...

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday July 02, 2013   -   By Susana

PAC CHOY   “Joi Choy” is back!  A staple in many Asian dishes and a crunchy addition to a fresh salad, the stalks are also delicious dipped in hummus, yogurt-cucumber dip (see below) or pesto.  Pac Choy makes a tasty stir fry with onions, garlic...

JUNE 26 Your Bread & Harvest CSA BOX is here!

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday June 25, 2013   -   By Susana

NEW POTATOES - our CSA members get the first harvest!  With losses from the spring flooding & frosts, our potatoes for market will be precious this year. “New potatoes” are soft skinned & tender, not yet “cured” for storage--we carefully “rob”...

JUNE 18 Your Bread & Harvest CSA BOX is here

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday June 18, 2013   -   By Susana

FRESH GARLIC - this week's harvest!  Let us know how much you use so we can keep you supplied in garlic.  We use it almost every day in roasted veggies, stir fries, fritattas, soups, meat dishes, salad dressings, pesto, and more.   See...

JUNE 11 - TODAY’S Bread & Harvest CSA BOX

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday June 11, 2013   -   By Susana

Here's what you'll find in your box this week: BERRIES BERRIES BERRIES!  They’re so tasty they may be gone before you get home!   Do use your berries ASAP since they don’t last long (because they are not like commercial berries!).  ...

June 4 Bread & Harvest CSA BOX

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday June 04, 2013   -   By Susana

TODAY’S CSA share includes: FRESH BAKED BREAD & GOODIES from Clementine’s Bakery.  We always look forward to Tuesday market...such good treats made for us... BERRY BOX:  PIE CHERRIES & MULBERRIES (& Juneberries) These spring...

Today's CSA Box + recipes, a blessing & song from ...

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday May 28, 2013   -   By Susana

In your May 28 CSA box: FRESH BAKED BREAD & goodies from Clementine’s Bakery GREEN ONIONS (scallions) PERENNIAL ONIONS GARLIC SCAPES & GREENS Use with any dish for which you use garlic & onions--get the flavor & health benefits...

May 21 CSA Box

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Tuesday May 21, 2013   -   By Susana

Welcome Bread & Harvest CSA-ers! We hope you’ll enjoy the farm’s gifts this week with Drew & Lindsey’s delectable baked goods.  Despite losses to a tough spring of weather extremes, we work with hope toward an abundant season! Here's some...

Muckin' in the Swamp & Cold

Blog: Salamander Springs Farm/Permaculture Organics   -   Wednesday May 15, 2013   -   By Susana

We are grateful for the return of the sun and the warmth!  The middle of May 2013 found us still waking up with chilly hands and feet.  Warm tea and good work helped us start the day but our young heat loving plants have had less recourses to...

Permaculture Urban Farm School launching in May in...

Blog: Ashevillage Urban Farm School   -   Friday April 05, 2013   -   By Kathryn

Permaculture-certified Urban Farm School in Asheville, NC May 6 to November 13, Mondays - Wednesdays, 9am-5pm Everyone needs to eat! With global food insecurity, urban food deserts, rising costs, GMO’s, health, obesity and and and myriad other issues,...

Wish List Wednesday: Magazines

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Wednesday January 23, 2013   -   By Katie

Wish List Wednesday | Magazines Welcome to another Wish List Wednesday ! When I first started sharing these posts I intended to do them every Wednesday. Then I realized it was a little obnoxious. So now I’m working on making this happen the...

Ruling The Roost

Blog: Winged Elm Farm   -   Monday October 08, 2012   -   By Brian

The time of morning, just before sunrise, where the light is revealing the landscape, the animals are stirring but not up, the distant meow of our cat Mickey as he strolls up the hundred or so yards from his den to our front porch is my favorite time of the...

Full Moon

Blog: Winged Elm Farm   -   Saturday October 06, 2012   -   By Brian

I was standing in the oldest orchard. The light was provided by the full moon. High and staggered clouds were moving across the sky providing a stop and go slide show with the moonlight. And, I was reminded again that one of the principle joys of living in the...

Grid beam

Blog: Belanger Farms   -   Friday August 31, 2012   -   By Richard

You can find more about grid beam at http://www.gridbeamers.com/ . I have a plant in my garden that's just getting HUGE. I'm not sure yet what it is: a melon or pumpin. It's sending out branches all over the place. It seems like every day that I look at it, it...

Grid beam garden construction

Blog: Belanger Farms   -   Saturday August 25, 2012   -   By Richard

For my garden, I built a structure out of material I had laying around my farm: metal beams, wood panels, cardboard, fencing, plastic panels. The structure is about 4 feet wide by 4 feet high by about 300 feet long. I designed it so it could be accessed from...

Prepare for Peas (and peas and peas and peas)

Blog: Allways Farm Collective   -   Monday April 26, 2010   -   By Julie

Our farm collective represents the work of three farms, all under the grand tutelage of Ande Schewe, permaculturist extraordinaire. Over at the established Winddance Farm, things are moving along steadily. The asparagus was harvested this week - 7 pounds! The...

My Take on Permaculture

Blog: F.A. Farm   -   Friday December 26, 2008   -   By Walter

I first heard about permaculture back in the 70's, when it was thought of as permanent + agriculture. Now, a better view is to combine permanent + culture. A couple of years ago, I was looking to add some permaculture elements to my farming, so I did a little...

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