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Food Lover's Ginger Squash Soup

by: Sara on 09/23/2017
Posted in: Community , Cooking , Food , Gardening

We are on a bit of a roll with the soup recipes this week. I suppose the fall equinox will do that to you, the urge for warmth and comfort kicks in as the shorter days roll in. I also know of a few people with an abundance of squash who are a little unsure how to get through it all. So today's recipe is for Ginger Squash Soup from The Food Lover's …

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Bouillabaisse from the Hollyhock Cooks!

by: Sara on 09/20/2017

Fall is most certainly making itself at home here on the west coast. The chill from the rain, and the wind are starting to permeate through my bones, and the only cure is to counter it with a warm, soul serving stew. Today we share a recipe for bouillabaisse and garlic toast from the book Hollyhock: Garden to Table by Moreka Jolar & Heidi …

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Winterizing Ponds and Water Features

by: Sara on 07/12/2017

It may be the middle of summer but winter sneaks up fast, and knowing how to care for your pond in those cold winter months is essential. Today's post is from Robert Pavlis, author of Building Natural Ponds: Create a Clean, Algae-free Pond without Pumps, Filters, or Chemicals. It was originally posted on Robert's blog Garden Fundementals.

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Worms At Work Now Off Press #homegrowncitylife

by: EJ on 07/07/2017

The third book in our Urban Homesteading Hacks series #homegrowncitylife is now available.  Worms at Work: Harnessing the Awesome Power of Worms with Vermiculture and Vermicomposting by Crystal Stevens tells you everything you need to know about keeping worms  - your wiggly garden helpers.  

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How Scything Will Change Your Life

by: EJ on 06/29/2017

There are many sounds of summer, but with a scythe, the sound of a mower does not need to be one of them! Today's blog entry is an excerpt from Ian Miller's book, The Scything Handbook: Learn How to Cut Grass, Mow Meadows and Harvest GrainBe sure to download the excerpt at the end of the blog explaining all the different ways a scythe can come …

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