17th
February

Our Seed Order

by admin on February 17, 2012

SeedsI've done it! I've finished our seed order for spring! And well ahead of time, which, these days, E

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7th
February

Affordable Superfoods

by admin on February 7, 2012

BlueberriesIf we were all living on unlimited resources, we could certainly find some amazing superfoods from all over the E

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1st
February

Since we're talking about growing your own food, I thought I'd take a day here to talk about making your food, and making it go as far as possible, especially when it comes E

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27th
January

Seed Starting Basics

by admin on January 27, 2012

Grow shelfIn my previous post, I mentioned some of our favorite heirloom, organic seed companies. Now E

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23rd
January

DSC_0024Winter. Cool, crisp air, the crunch of snow under foot, rosy cheeks and frozen E

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21st
January

Cherokee-purple-mWhether you are a seasoned gardener, or a brave, intrepid soul looking to grow some of your own E

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19th
January

Living Organically (and Affordably)

by admin on January 19, 2012

DSC_0051The birth of our baby boy a year and a half ago brought new joys and dreams, but E

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17th
November

Slowly, Slowly

by admin on November 17, 2011

The birth of my son brought many changes DSC_0032

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30th
October

The Trick to Freezing Corn on the Cob

by admin on October 30, 2011

This summer things got a little hectic. With an almost-one-year-old underfoot, a garden overrun with E

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25th
September

County Fairs: A Slice of American Pie

by admin on September 25, 2011

This past week we have had the pleasure of attending one of our favorite summer events: the Allegan County Fair. Fair days...wandering the maze of tents and trailers, the greasy aroma of sizzling E

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