Monthly Archives: February 2022

Lessons From Braiding Sweetgrass

Plant for pollinators and for People How To Love Our Planet How many of you have discovered Braiding Sweetgrass, the remarkable book by Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer? Scientist, professor, and parent, Dr. Kimmerer is also an enrolled member of the … Continue reading

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Planting Peas By Lilac Leaves

Snow peas and greens are rarin’ to go Saint Patrick’s Day, Maybe Years ago, when I was just getting started with edible gardening, more experienced gardeners assured me that the proper time to plant peas was on Saint Patrick’s Day. … Continue reading

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Promoting Pollinators & Welcoming Wildness

Pollinators love all kinds of alliums, edible and ornamental alike Making Moves & Counting Bees

 I’ve been realizing lately just how much ground I’ve given up to the pandemic. Compared with a few years ago, I spend far more time … Continue reading

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