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Spaghetti with bounty

 I’m finding that CSA membership sometimes leads to the unique feeling of being overwhelmed by my own produce drawer. One day things seem under control, and then the next day I realize I have six zucchini and two bunches of kale lurking in the crisper. 232 more words

Pasta

CSA free-for-all dinner tonight

We got a beautiful share this week: carrots, beets, tomatillos, green onions, lettuce, and mixed herbs.  The sage in the herb bundles came from my garden–my first CSA sale!  348 more words

Garden

Poem: The Two Worlds

22.2.15

My child was born
Into a world
Without him in it.
He was dead
Dead
Long before my child existed

My child lives in a new world… 102 more words

Child

High Summer

Summer is in full bloom. The farmers markets are open and selling their goods as fast as they can get them out of the trucks. 153 more words

Food

A Strong Case for Community Supported Agriculture - U.S. Preempting States’ Rights to Label GMOs

July was a sad month for non-GMO consumers. According to the Organic Consumers Association,  on July 15th, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to preempt states’ right to label GMOs. 1,107 more words

Eco-Conscious Companies

Salad Saturdays

I don’t know what this says about my life, but so far this summer, the highlight of every week has been Saturday afternoons, when I visit a tiny farmer’s market in the parking lot of a Bank of America to pick up my… 131 more words

Summer

The Secret to Making Vegetables Taste Good

I participate in a community supported agriculture program, or CSA for short. It’s a weekly parcel of produce from nearby farms. Most of it is organic. 487 more words

On The Side