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We’re Moving to Agricrafty.com!

Hi Everyone! The last few years have a been a great time and I have enjoyed sharing a little window into my life here and there. I hope you have gotten something from my writings, whether entertainment, new ideas about … Continue reading

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My new Garden Course!

Hi There! I have some big news that I would like to share! This month, I am rolling out my latest garden course on the Udemy education platform. If you are are ready to try your hand gardening but haven’t … Continue reading

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Probiotic Purple Eggs!

Originally posted on Real Food Generation:
Chloe and I undertook a little experiment this week to make some Probiotic Purple Eggs. They turned out really well! Brimming with nutrients, the colour was beautiful and these would be fab for parties…

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Photos: How school playgrounds look around the world

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One good turn[ing of the leaves] deserves another [and closer view]

Originally posted on Portraits of Wildflowers:
The previous post showed aspen trees, Populus tremuloides, in the San Juan Mountains as viewed from US 550 north of Durango, Colorado, on September 25th. Eventually, as you see here, I came to places…

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Double the fun at the plot!

Originally posted on Green Lizard's Blog:
Had some great news today. Had to share it. First there was the bad news. My friend Alison who has a plot next to ours needs to downscale her commitment to the allotment.…

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Pinkerton Hot Springs

Originally posted on Portraits of Wildflowers:
There was color of a different sort at the Pinkerton Hot Springs, which we stopped at on US 550 north of Durango on September 25th before any good stands of autumn aspens came into…

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Autumn – the new Spring

Originally posted on Old School Garden:
‘Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.’ Albert Camus

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When pink turns brown

Originally posted on Portraits of Wildflowers:
The dense flowers of mountain pink, Centaurium beyrichii, continue in complexity if not color when they go to seed and dry out. This picture is from a greenbelt in northwest Austin on August 13.…

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Vandana Shiva challenges the world’s lack of biodiversity

Originally posted on PermaculturePower:
Pitch.com writes… Vandana Shiva ? …“I was fortunate enough to be at a meeting where these corporations said very honestly, ‘We need to do genetic engineering in order to have patents and to own the seeds…

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