Fall Gardening With September quickly approaching its time to think about autumn. Specifically gardening in the fall. It’s never too early to plan out and prepare what needs to be done to your garden. Here are a few tasks that should be on your fall gardening checklist: Time to clean. Make sure to take a…

Let’s face it, gift giving can be hard. Gift cards and gift baskets can be sufficient but sometimes you want to give a gift that caters to a person’s interests and hobbies. Know someone who loves to garden? We’ve got your back! Here are 10 novelty gifts for gardeners: 1. Game of Gnomes Game of Thrones…

Growing your own food can be very satisfying and simple if done right. Here are 7 food growing kits that are great for anybody with a green thumb: Living Whole Foods K5-1 Indoor Culinary Herb Garden Starter Kit, Grow Fresh Cooking Herbs & Spices, $34.95 2. Back to the Roots Organic Mushroom Farm, $22.85 3. Hydroponics No Soil, Self…

Cuba stopped using chemicals because the chemicals disappeared… “Many people in America are proponents of the organic food movement, and worried about the potentially harmful effects of pesticides on their health or the environment. In Cuba, farmers have gone organic for a very different reason – they had to.” Learn more about Cuba’s organic farming…

The future of urban farming is literally growing upwards. Kate Hofman, co-founder of GrowUp Urban Farms, talks about her quest in growing local produce for London’s restaurants. “You can take the waste from one thing, fish farming, and use it as the food for growing plants and I really wanted to see how we could…

In our previous post ‘Which Fruits And Vegetables Are Most Likely To Contain Pesticides’ we talked about the Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen lists. Let’s face it, sometimes we cannot buy organic food due to accessibility/inconvenience, price, etc. These lists allow us to effectively shop clean when it comes to fruits and vegetables. Recently, the…

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