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Thoughts for Friday, May 30, 2014

Blog: Spinella Farm   -   Friday May 30, 2014   -   By Edward

It has been cool, that's for sure. Even my fishing buddy Pat, who catches lobsters and fish off the South Jersey coast, says that the weather has pushed back the fishing season a couple of weeks. Those big beautiful strawberries have stopped ripening up, the...

Last Frost Dates for West Michigan

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Wednesday March 26, 2014   -   By Katie

Wondering when it will be safe to transplant your seedlings out into the garden? Here’s a handy chart to give you a guideline for the Last Frost Date in your area. The Last Frost Date is the date after which it is generally safe to plant outdoors...

Thinking about African Americans in Agriculture

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Friday February 28, 2014   -   By Katie

By definition, being a minority means that in most circles and situations I’m among people who are different than me. I don’t mind. In fact someday I’d like to write about how being a multi-racial person has helped (and in some ways necessitated) me to...

Talking to Miami-Dade County about Chickens and Be...

Blog: The Tattooed Homestead   -   Wednesday September 25, 2013   -   By TattooedBeekeep

Trying to Get Answers We have heard a lot of hearsay and rumors about keeping Chickens and Bees in Miami-Dade County and no one seems to know the full story including Miami-Dade County Employees. Help us, by signing the Petition...

Farmers Markets Need Local Farmers

Blog: Freedom To Grow Our Own Food   -   Sunday September 04, 2011   -   By Jason

Jason “Pepe” owner of locally based Pepe’s Plants is a man on a mission. He wants more people to start planting and harvesting sub tropical fruit and growing herbs and vegetables.   "Pepe" wants people to know that growing fruit trees is not...

weed or seed?

Blog: The Farm Report from Turkey Hill   -   Thursday August 11, 2011   -   By Farmer Herman

I would like to blog but can't find the time.  Our collard seedlings are up and the kale. A second round of basil and parsley for the winter, snapdragons too. waiting a little while for broccoli and chard. We will plant Asian Greens next week and Carrots....

Inaugural Meeting a grand success

Blog: Slow Food - Conway/Myrtle Beach Convivium   -   Saturday February 19, 2011   -   By JP

Our first meeting was a grand success.  More than 20 people attended our inaugural meeting.  Our guest speaker Mr. David White (the Chickenman) gave an informative talk on his experience with raising free-range chickens and how it affects the local...

To Market, To Market Jiggety Jog!

Blog: Pembroke Gardens   -   Monday April 13, 2009   -   By Angie

The South Side Market in Fort Wayne opened on April 11 with a beautiful spring day, and a much larger than usual crowd for the first day of the season. I spoke to many new customers who were planning to start their first vegetable garden this year, and there...


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