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Eat Local Week

Eat Local Week is quickly approaching!  The week of September 12th-19th will be filled with local food events where your participation is strongly encouraged!  A significant part of Eat Local week is the Eat Local Challenge, a fun and exciting way to get a better understanding of where your food comes from. 405 more words

General Sustainability

CTG Week 15: August 10th to August 16th - Lacto-Fermentation

What is Lacto-fermentation?

Fermentation is as old as life itself. At some point, many thousands of years ago, humans learned to guide the fermentation process to preserve foods, and these processes have been handed down through generation after generation.  654 more words

Weekly Update

It Must Be Courgette Season Again!

We had a bumper crop of courgettes at Plasnewydd Community Garden this weekend:

After what felt like weeks of eating only courgettes last summer, I didn’t think I could come up with a new recipe involving them. 11 more words

Sasieology

Notes from the Potting Shed, August 2015

August has been a fun month for the Bath WI Edible Garden!  It’s been a ‘happening‘ month, and the garden has basked in summer sunshine, blossomed and bloomed, had lots of visitors, and another judging by the RHS as part of the Champion of Champions competition.  175 more words

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Midweek in Midtown - Final Wednesday Potluck of the Summer WITH SPECIAL GUESTS!!

You’ve been saying it all summer… we really should get to the neighbourhood potluck! And here it is, the last one of the summer – how did that happen!?! 171 more words

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Troy Community Gardens - Madison, WI

Today Lucy and I visited Troy Community Gardens in Madison, Wisconsin with Francie and her 5 year old son Joseph. The weather forecast foretold of the rain to come so we took in as much as we could before we were saturated and returned to the cover of the car. 240 more words

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Of bees and chilly days

The bees are moving slowly during this cool week in August, but they still have work to do.

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