The Vegetable Seeds Have Arrived
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The garden and seed catalogs started arriving in my mailbox several weeks ago and are still showing up. I finally had a chance to peruse them and made my selections for this year. Of course there are seeds available at local garden centers and …

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Rich Soil, Rich People (with Video}
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MOTHER EARTH NEWS started in the 1970s and Organic Gardening magazine started in the 1940s. Sir Albert Howard published his compost manual in 1931 based on his research and influence from Farmer's of Forty Centuries, which was based on a tour …

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The Founder of Costa Rica's Envision Explains Why Transformational Festivals …
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Instead of corporate sponsors, Envision is teaming up with independent companies like Colorado festival Sonic Bloom, psychedelic education association MAPS, and the Punta Mona Center for Sustainable Living and Education, a local sustainability …

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Bloomington community members talk about going green
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Bloomington residents brainstormed ways to make sustainable living easier at Wednesday's Green Drinks meeting in the Banquet Facility of Upland Brewing Company. Rhonda Baird led the discussion on permaculture design, which generated ideas about …

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Applications available for Master Gardener program
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Class participants will receive 35 to 40 hours of training in subjects including: bulbs, vegetables, fruits, herbs, berries, pruning, grafting, native plants, organic gardening, disease and more. After successfully completing the training, a take-home …

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Nine tips for beginner gardeners
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“Follow organic gardening methods, which basically means you don't use chemical sprays or fertilisers in your garden and instead choose organic fertilisers and garden products,” says Cath Manuel, founder of Soil to Supper. A wise idea for beginners is …

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Van Burnette continues region's high-spirited past
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Tourists venture to the North Fork Valley to take in the joys of sustainable living that include hops growing in a burgeoning yard and monarch butterflies lighting on fields of milkwood and zinnias, as well as pollinator maze, medicinal herbs and more …

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Here comes the sun
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Jason Edens, director of the Rural Renewable Energy Alliance, leads a tour of solar-powered businesses and homes Saturday in Pine River and surrounding townships. The tour was offered as part of the Back to Basics sustainable living event. Chelsey …

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Renowned Wild Game Chefs Take Center Stage at National Pheasant Fest & Quail …
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He has also been published in Food & Wine, Petersen's Hunting, Organic Gardening, The Art of Eating, Outside Magazine, Field and Stream, Sactown, Pheasants Forever's Journal of Upland Conservation, and Delta Waterfowl Magazine. Shaw has been …

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