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My daughter chose College of Wooster for the great academics and international opportunities.  I was thrilled with her decision because it’s in the heart of Amish country!  On a recent visit I had a chance to do a short tour through the surrounding area. Sadly at the same time news was breaking of the abduction […]

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I admit it – I absolutely love living history museums.  Walking down the road in Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts I was an 1830′s farm wife in town to trade butter and cheese for a new tin lantern and a pair of leather shoes.  This effect is strengthened by great care to detail and actors who have […]

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Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market  is bursting with fresh produce, regional foods and specialty items.  National Geographic calls it the number one market in the world but Pike Place is still my favorite.  

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By Mary Donaty – Owner and operator of Paradise Found Fiber Farm Early this year my farm was part of a rescue effort; 176 alpacas were in trouble in Oregon. OSU stepped in and treated the neglected and undernourished animals then Cross Creek Alpaca Rescue of Tenino, WA organized a massive project to rehome the […]

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By Greg Meyer Greg! Greg Meyer is a food lover, organic gardener, photographer, skateboarder, and active member in the sustainability community. He is the Outreach Coordinator for Übrlocal. The listing read; “Eggs: Delicious! – One dozen assorted colorful M-XL eggs from happy chickens.” And for $6, the same price as other organic, free range eggs […]

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May Day is a joyous spring holiday and it is also International Workers’ Day.  This holiday is associated with the Roman festival of Flora, the goddess of flowers, Celtic Beltane and German Walpurgis Night.  Traditions include young women washing their face with the morning dew to ensure lovely skin, dancing the maypole and crowning the […]

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Becca Fong makes great things happen.  From her work with Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Good Food Team to her current work with Seattle Tilth she has been instrumental in moving urban agriculture forward. Hear her thoughts on the future of urban ag.

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“There is so much to be excited about right now here at RBUFW,” said Seattle Tilth farm manager Katie Pencke, “We are expanding programs and really looking forward to this growing season.”  All around I could see neatly mulched beds, vegetable plant starts pushing up their Reemay covers and the calls of Redwing Blackbirds were […]

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Being around Megan Horst for just a few minutes makes me want to get solar panels, plant more food and change the world into a more sustainable place. She grew up in Milwaukee in a family that gardened, had a big raspberry patch and liked to shop at thrift stores but didn’t label themselves as […]

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In just four years Elaine Corets has transformed her city yard into a place of food and beauty.  She is using a low till method and instead of weeding she “edits” the volunteers that appear; moving salad burnett, mache, bachelor’s buttons and mint, to name a few, to more pleasing places. I love the way […]

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