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Support Local: Community Supported Agriculture Box

Despite the cold frost this morning, temperatures are warming up and farmers are gearing up for the growing season. As farmers prepare the land and plan their crops for the summer, they are taking a big chance on how much to grow and if there will be a demand for their produce. 341 more words


Community Supported...Baking

My mom’s kitchen smells wonderful when she bakes. Growing up she would bake us muffins, pies, biscuits, scones and cookies that made our mouths water. Most of her recipes had some kind of delicious fruit in them, usually picked at a local berry farm or bought at a farmers market. 790 more words

Little Hands

Last chance to purchase fresh CSA shares from Our Community Farm!

Sign up for Asheville’s first 52 week CSA! Second Spring Market Garden has a handful of shares remaining for their CSA this year.  Learn more about their vegetable offerings and share options at… 184 more words

Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy

How To Apply Your Newfound Knowledge

If last week’s blog inspired you to expand your horticulture knowledge, I’d like to make some suggestions on how you can share that knowledge. There’s a real need for this knowledge beyond the confines of your own, private garden. 272 more words


GIVEAWAY: CSA Farm Share from Crimson & Clover Farm

Enter to Win a Farm Share from
Crimson & Clover Farm this Summer!

Locally grown food is a great community connector! This past winter families could enjoy… 729 more words

Western Massachusetts


By Robin Beaudoin

The notion of “roots” to a Memphian will spark feelings of affection for the region, the beginnings of rock and roll, and a family tradition. 708 more words

Healthy Living

Spring on the Farm

Sandy sent this March 20 update from the Letterbox Farm Collective in the Hudson Valley. Farmer Nichki is Sandy’s niece.

“We can see the ground! All of a sudden, our fields and beds have emerged.  383 more words