From an outside window looking in, the big item missing from many food programs is fresh food. Because of the perishable nature of fresh fruits and vegetables, it is hard to get them in food programs. Enter an elementary school leadership program and the enterprising teacher who knew a garden could provide many lessons for… Continue reading The Harvest is Plentiful
Yes, it is almost spring. Okay, in upstate New York, it is still winter and will be for some time. Most people I know spent Valentine’s Day with candy and flowers and maybe some wine. I spent it running and pouring over seed catalogs and planting magazines and articles for my upcoming garden. Last year,… Continue reading Gardening
A couple years back, I had a share in a CSA – Community Support Agriculture – which I loved. You can find entries on it by searching CSA here at my blog. It was a one year experience which I am still trying to repeat. I seem to have issues finding another farm that wanted… Continue reading How Does Your Garden Grow?
I have blogged plenty this late in winter regarding my desire to have a garden this summer and fall. Part of my desire stems – pun intended – from the wonderful produce I received the one summer I was in a CSA, community-supported agriculture. Another piece of the puzzle is that I love fresh… Continue reading How Does Your Garden Grow?