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Tag Archives: Farming
Have you heard of the new internet TV show Urban Organic? Each episode is a 3 to 5 minute, professionally produced, interesting snapshot of what’s happening in the urban agriculture scene. Advertisements
I’m currently reading The Real Food Companion (at Fishpond and Amazon). Yeah, it’s a recipe book, yep I’m reading it cover to cover. It’s not just that I’m that sort of person who likes to read recipe books for relaxation, I do, but it’s also (trust me) … Continue reading
One thing I love about organic free range eggs… …is that sometimes they are stripey or spotty or are double yolkers …and that shows me that the hen who laid the egg is being allowed to be more henny than … Continue reading
The term urban farmer resonates deeply within me. Linking to concepts like sustainability and self-sustaining food production. Recently I’ve been starting to wonder if I could call myself an urban farmer. And that is where my confusion starts. What exactly … Continue reading