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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.
Everyone has an opinion about parenting best practices. “Cloth diapers are the way to go!” and “Breast milk is best!” have all but sloganized these opinions. But the truth — the only absolute truth, I’ve learned since becoming a mom … Continue reading
Do you eat GMOs? Would you like food containing GMOs labeled? Despite the defeat of Prop 37, a grassroots campaign has started, with the help of Label It Yourself, to label the items anyway.
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
A few weeks ago, a co-worker brought in several tomato, pepper and basil plants her husband had started from seed. I jumped all over that, of course — the cherry tomatoes her husband grows taste like candy. But I knew … Continue reading
Hair can be an unruly tempest, and most people tend to stick to a routine and an arsenal of products. This can get expensive. However, from observations on the market, organic items and do-it-yourself projects sometimes can put a deep … Continue reading
When someone says November, I immediately think “Thanksgiving.” What could be better than a holiday that revolves (for the most part, anyhow) around food? Not to mention the food is Earth-shattering in its deliciousness. From the turkey to the mashed … Continue reading