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If you started your herbs from seed indoors earlier in the spring, or are stocked in the seedling department after visits to recent native and heirloom plant sales at York’s Horn Farm and MAEscapes, you might find yourself in the … Continue reading
There are a few ways that a business can help local farmers and gardeners fix the decline in the bee population.
Check out another viewing of the movie “Fresh” and learn how to sprout seeds for eating during two workshops next week in York.
By Allie Hardy Registered Dietitian for Susan P. Byrnes Health Education Center Eating has become more than just a way to fuel your body or celebrate with friends — it’s become trendy. More specifically, the terms used to describe the … Continue reading
So you have a garden, or you buy strictly local and seasonal produce. While that makes you a conscientious and probably healthy eater, it also means you are eating a lot of the same things for weeks or even months … Continue reading
I love food. Mostly, I love fruits and vegetables. I love knowing that when I bite into something, it’s not only good for me, but good for my community, karma, and planet. And I’m not the only Smart blogger or … Continue reading
Last year while helping on at the CSA farm, I overheard one of the workers, Emily, and boss lady Beth talking about seasonal allergies. All the workers chimed in during our small break. We might love plants and the outdoors, … Continue reading