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Donald Church
· December 4, 2013
Michael has a gem of a place on South Andrews Ave, right down from my house. What amazes me is that it is fully self-sustaining. All dead vegetation is composted and put back into the earth. Terms "all natural" are mis-used so often that you never know what you're really buying nowadays. What you'll experience here from a simple taste is what we are meant to out into our bodies. I walked through the garden and tasted the vegetables. The flavors that come from truly fresh vegetables is nothing like what you get at most supermarkets. Michael is a teacher by heart, so stop in, say hi and ask him to show you around. See More
Terry Bean
· March 19, 2014
Amazing group of farmers and people who want to make a difference here in Broward County!
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PhD available to study GMO foods.

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When you are wondering why you need to plant differently than you are use to, perhaps some insight.

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Valerie J. Amor

A poster to share from NAS, The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine regarding extreme weather and climate change.

Interesting job post.

Lafayette College invites applications for the position of Assistant Director for Food and Farm, colloquially known as the College Farmer. We seek an environmentally motivated, creative, and well-rounded leader to manage Lafayette’s 3-acre working farm and community garden (LaFarm). The Assistant ...
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We need a composting program like this in every major city across the USA! From Garbage To Garden!
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We need to continue to advocate for stronger legislation to reduce GMO products and, at the very least, demand clear labeling.

The first commercial harvest of Arctic apples—genetically modified (GMO) apples that don't brown when exposed to air—will arrive in ...
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Dierdre Sam Canuet is at Riverland Farm.

Thank you Ted, Judy, Austin and Neil... Our new garden. I'm so grateful...

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Bainbridge High School’s biology students are getting a taste of the future by building three food computers.
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Treehugger Collective

The farm is being sold and we can come together to save it into a community land trust !

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Whip those Flagler Village Farm eggplants into this divine dish!  Ingredients: 2 lbs Eggplants  1/4 cup tahini 3 garlic cloves- minced 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice...

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The more you prune Moringa trees, the more they will grow. Unlike many trees, Moringas actually seem to love being cut back, and will reward your efforts with thousands of leaves and hundreds of buds and flowers.
Left to themselves, they tend to get tall and spindly, and insist on putting leaves and flowers out only at their tops, which defeats the purpose of growing Moringas. We are going to tell you how to overcome that problem, easily. When you prune your Moringa trees this way, you will always have their bountiful harvest within reach!