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Big weekend coming up!

Good evening!

We have a big weekend planned! For our Valentines day weekend we are planning on breaking ground on our crop field and gardens! We will be posting what we add to our gardens to beef up the organic matter and nutrients in the soil in preparation for our spring plantings in March and April. 268 more words

The Sun And The Fields

Block Printing Artist – Disha Bhosale

The theme of this painting is cultivation. The vertical and horizontal blue – green – yellow lines that border the center Sun denote the lush green fields and crop rows that take in them the sunshine to grow and to cultivate themselves as happy flourishing farms. 36 more words

Photography

Tuesday Horticulture Talk on 'Botanical Illustration'


 
The Camden Garden Club Winter Horticulture series continues at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 9, in the Picker Room of the Camden Public Library. The featured speaker will be award winning artist Linda Heppes Funk and her topic will be ‘Botanical Illustration.’ 167 more words

Horticulture

FFS - For Farms Sake !

Scarborough Farms-Cultivating Experiences

Located just outside of Fort Langley, a short drive from the HWY#1 and only 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver is a small farm. 393 more words

Arts

P2P 2015: NEXT NATURE “Bonjour, Monsieur Courbet”

In 1863 Jules-Antoine Castagnary announced that: The naturalist school declares that art is the expression of life under all phases and on all levels, and that its sole aim is to reproduce nature by carrying it to its maximum power and intensity: it is truth balanced with science (1). 418 more words

Creative R&D

There Is Nothing New

It’s January 31, 2016. The new year has undeniably settled in. And with it some new inspiration…maybe?

On December 31, 2015, I officiated evening prayer at my church and read aloud the day’s assigned New Testament lesson from… 601 more words

Faith

Tacca chantrieri (The Black Bat Flower)

I’d like to take a moment to shine some spotlight on one of my favorite non-carnivorous plants.  Tacca chantrieri also known as, the Black Bat Flower.   833 more words

Cultivation Tips