Monthly Archives: February 2011

DIY Preventative Health: Put in an Herb Box

We are planning on doing a regular series on small ways you can incorporate healthful changes into your daily life.  We’re hoping that this will include everything from small ways to lead a healthier lifestyle to additional ways to incorporate … Continue reading

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The Price of Organic

One of the most frequent arguments against buying organic that we hear is that it is too expensive.  Yes, you will pay a small premium, but you pay for what you get.  Plus, with a little bit of planning, you … Continue reading

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Our garden in February

Here are a few images of what is blooming in our garden in February. All photos by David Klemp.

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Support Organic Food Sources

Recently, the USDA has quietly made a couple changes to the regulations regarding certain genetically modified crops, specifically GM sugar beets and GM alfalfa.  This poses a very serious problem for organic farmers because of the issues surrounding cross pollination.  … Continue reading

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Saffron: the Anti-Aging Herb

This is an excerpt from the book, A Pocket Full of Posies, a collection of articles written by Martha Benedict. I’m just wild about Saffron.  No, not the woman referred to in the 1960’s Donovan song – I’m wild about … Continue reading

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