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God's Green Plan

In many of the cities around America where thriving neighborhoods and businesses once stood now exists a faint memory of those healthy communities. Fortunately, there is a new trend that is gaining popularity around the country in areas that need it the most. 189 more words

A few words about food security

This morning I’ll be heading to the Food Bank to volunteer.  Not working full-time gives me the opportunity to donate my time to some very important causes in our community – this is one.   190 more words

Village Of Burns Lake

Permaculture Design Workshop

Join UNH Cooperative Extension in November as we help transform a Manchester vacant lot into a healthy green community space! This is a unique hands-on workshop that will teach how to design spaces based on the patterns and processes of nature to create a functioning and beautiful place that provides food for families, education, and a respite from the city life. 100 more words

Master Gardeners

If You Build It....

Some time ago I wrote about starting a health, wellness and community revolution.  After spending years hoping ‘somebody’  would show up and step up, I realized that person was me. 790 more words

Clean Eating

Riverside Arts Market

On Saturday we went to the best arts/farmer’s market we’ve found yet. It’s the Riverside Arts Market, which runs every Saturday all year round (!). 250 more words


Spring working bee

This Sunday 19 October the gardeners will be getting together from 10am for our regular working bee. Our seedlings should be coming along nicely!

Come by to lend a hand with tidying up the garden and doing some planting. 21 more words

Community Gardens

Hairy Shield-bug

I like Shield-bugs, and have featured them before.  Here’s another – the Hairy Shield Bug (Dolycoris baccarum), also known as the Sloe Shield-Bug, photographed on the… 23 more words