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Seed Season

It’s time to start thinking about seed starting and garden planning!  If you live near Charlotte, VT, consider coming to this Saturday’s Seed Swap to give away your extra seeds, get a few fun new varieties, and get your gardening … Continue reading

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Spring?

In past years, I start posting about signs of spring and springtime activities in April.  After having just enjoyed two muddy days with temperatures rising to sixty degrees and with new birdsongs in the air, it appears as though spring … Continue reading

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Seeds!

Seeds surround us as we transition from summer to winter.  For gardeners, this means that it’s the perfect time to save seeds to plant next year.   Try letting some of your leafy vegetables, like lettuce and cilantro, flower and make … Continue reading

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Local Spring Eats

Spring is such an exciting time for those of us who love local food and love being outside.  Many of our annual spring garden tasks, earliest harvesting opportunities, and favorite recipes already have past posts devoted to them.  Click on the … Continue reading

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Spring Projects with Kids

It’s still pretty white around here.  With warming temperatures come the wet and muddy conditions that define Vermont’s mud season.  Here are some things we’re doing to remind us that the flowers and fresh green leaves of spring will be coming … Continue reading

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Garden Planning: Time to Start Dreaming

It’s January.  We have snow on the ground, and we just emerged from a long strand of sub-zero days.  Despite the wintery setting, spring gardening is on our minds.  With seed catalogues arriving daily in our mailbox, it’s easy to … Continue reading

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Favorite Easy Pumpkin Recipes

Want to cook with pumpkin, but don’t have the energy for a pie?  Have a pie pumpkin and are not quite sure how to turn it into food?  (OR see one heavily discounted at the supermarket post-halloween?)  I recently discovered … Continue reading

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