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Posts Tagged ‘food’

Posted August 21, 2016 by

Maybe you’re looking to cut your energy use and invest in solar or wind power. Maybe you’re imagining what it would be like to keep backyard chickens, start composting your kitchen scraps or grow healthy food on your front lawn (or a year-round garden in your passive solar […]

Posted August 14, 2016 by

Join us for a Sunday morning of exploring the magic of home coffee roasting. Together we will learn the art and chemistry of transforming green beans into delicious fresh-roasted coffee. Participants will leave the workshop with the knowledge and confidence to make a good roast […]

Posted April 27, 2016 by

Planting season is upon us and there is so much going on with TG right now. May is looking jam packed right now! I’m sitting at almost 7 months pregnant right now and I can honestly say that I plan on spending every spare moment […]

Posted April 11, 2015 by

Join Bethany and Seb of Zocalo Organics for an informative tour of their organic farm, and a ground-breaking (pun intended!) workshop to help you bring your gardening to the next level. Beth and Seb will take beginner and experienced gardeners on a journey to explore […]

Posted April 21, 2009 by

Homegrown veggies are possible even in the city, but start small and keep things as simple as you can. An article from the April 18th Toronto Star.http://www.thestar.com/article/619153

Posted February 20, 2009 by

Several great articles on Farmer Self-Defense, Low-Light Berries, Composting, creating fertile soil, small-scale grain raising, and much more! Great information.http://campaign.constantcontact.com/render?v=0011zCoLvkqDuaOvX485dOmxEedUuHDQ9Ew9-LrXYgxIaJrv3Ys4ClDcACGh6LvKLmTFh3aCdnZMMip-0p60EiO1OCPUhG-Uax_MOhv8V5P02A%3D

Posted February 7, 2009 by

“Every young person (0-19) should experience the world beyond the classroom as an essential part of learning and personal development, whatever their age, ability or circumstances.”

Posted January 29, 2009 by

“It is not a sign of good health to be well-adjusted to a sick society.” — J. Krishnamurti. An interesting article by Dave Ewoldt, and published on culturechange.org on the need to relocalize, not just for its benefits to society, but also to ourselves as […]

Posted January 17, 2009 by

Sick of flavorless, genetically modified, pesticide-drenched frankenvegetables? It’s time to start growing food in your back yard. A great article!http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_16408.cfm