by guest blogger Robyn Jasko. It’s time to redefine the modern homestead. There are so many simple ways we can start growing our own food. And you don’t have to have a huge patch of land, own a tractor, or spend a ton of time or money to get growing. Here are five simple ways to get started
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Spring is a time to start over and try new things, but after 30 years of gardening, there are the tried-and-true that simply must be planted every year. This is my list.
by guest blogger Coach Mark Smallwood. Six things to say to friends, family, and total strangers when they tell you organics can’t feed the world
by guest blogger Tim Mountz. For some reason people are really afraid of starting plants from seed. But it’s actually very easy. Seeds are some of the most resilient things on Earth.
by guest blogger Maya Rodale. Being a Rodale, I am often asked if I garden. For most of my life, I sheepishly said no. I’m happy to report that has changed since I moved to an apartment with actual sunlight and acquired my “plant babies.”
by guest blogger David Kennedy. Many people suffer from hidden hunger, which is the shortage of one or more essential micronutrients. The micronutrients most often lacking are iron and vitamin A and the greatest way to increase both is to consume more leafy green vegetables.
Thanksgiving dinner is a rare American meal, and not just because it’s an annual event celebrated with family and friends, but also because this day of gratitude tends to spin off the yummiest leftovers, so thankfully little ends up as food scraps.
by guest blogger Jeroen Koeman, of EcoTulips. Until three years ago, I thought that growing with chemicals was “normal” and that it was the only way to farm. I can say now that I was quite brainwashed and did not realize the dangers of pesticides.
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now