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Farm to Table

Looking for inspiration after harvest? After walking the few steps from the garden, try these simple recipes for fresh, delicious dishes that everyone will enjoy!

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Relationships and Rethinking Profit in Local Food Business

Every business wants to make a profit; that’s how companies progress, and that’s how growth happens. So how can we …

Seasonal Spotlight: Arugula Is The Perfect Springtime Green

Spring is here, and with it comes a newfound sense of hope and a whole slew of new seasonal fruits …

Keeping Ten Hens And A Rooster Happy Throughout The Winter

Chickens in winter may bring to mind dark and dingy coops with mountains of frozen manure soaring upwards, but it …

Rosemary: A Culinary Gem and Flavourful Herbal Medicine

More people are jumping into the world of growing aromatic herbs, either on the balcony or in the garden. Home …

Seasonal Spotlight: Lovely Leeks Offer Cold Weather Flavor

Leeks strike me as among some of the most humble yet elegant vegetables out there. Part of the onion family, …

Seasonal Spotlight: Beets A Delicious and Nutritious Cold Weather Food Crop

These days, eating seasonal foods is where it’s at. Not only will you be consuming the freshest, most flavorful produce …

Ground Ivy: Medicine Beneath Your Feet

Ground ivy is a low-growing plant that covers the ground like a carpet. For that reason, it often doesn’t catch …

A Very Merry Plant-Based Holiday

What will you be serving up this holiday season? Between Thanksgiving, Christmas, and ringing in the New Year, traditional feasts …

Celebrating Canada’s First-Ever Upcycled Food Festival

At one point or another, we’ve all let perfectly good food go to waste. It happens, but it needs to …

Homestead 1839: A Farm With History Grows With The Past, Present, and Future In Mind

In West Burlington, Iowa, a farm called Homestead 1839 stands out from all the other fields. It has broken away from …

Seasonal Eating: Get Cozy With These Healthy Fall Favorites

While the summer is undoubtedly for grilling delicious meals on the bbq, the fall is for slow-roasting and cozy soups …

Celebrating National Kale Day

From World Mosquito Day and Hammock Day to International Talk Like a Pirate Day (really?), there is no shortage of …

The Secret To Creating And Maintaining Local Food Networks

The logistics of creating and maintaining local food networks takes time and effort, of course. Here we are in the …

Is Organic Certification Worth It For Small Scale Farmers?

“It’s the people who spray the chemicals on their food that should have to label it!” We’ve all heard this …

A Gardener’s Journey to Self-Sufficiency, Health, and Happiness

About six years ago, Liz Zorab knew that something wasn’t right. She had gained weight, her hearing and vision were …

Giants In The Garden: What To Do With Overgrown Zucchini?

It’s no secret that zucchini plants are prolific. Summer squash is one of my favorite plants to grow because sometimes …

The Dos and Donts of Harvesting, Curing and Storing Garlic

For many gardeners, it’s been a long time coming. After planting our garlic last fall, those beautiful and flavorful bulbs …

The Half-Hour Allotment: Thriving Gardens In Just 30 Minutes A Day

Chances are you’re a pretty busy person. And if you’re reading Garden Culture, chances are you’re interested in gardening, too. …

Foraging For Wild Medicinal Mushrooms

Mycophobia is defined as a fear of mushrooms. For many people, the idea of harvesting wild mushrooms can create feelings …

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