Natures Path Blog

The Battle Over Intellectual Rights and Organic Seeds

Posted by Sarah West on February 24, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing, Organic News & Sustainability

 Most of us haven’t spent much time thinking about seeds and what they mean to our food supply. Food, we collectively acknowledge, is food. With the rise of the organic movement, however, food is...

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6 DIY Green Cleaners for All Your Natural Cleaning Needs

Posted by Courtney Sunday on February 24, 2017 under Living Happier & Healthier

It is rare to come across the Monica Gellers of the world, but they’re out there. They get a high out of a carpet line created by the perfect vacuum session. They would happily say no to a party...

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How to Plan Your Garden for Seed Saving

Posted by Nan Fischer on February 20, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

We have all inadvertently saved a few seeds, probably through neglect of the garden. Maintenance gets ahead of us, we don’t deadhead flowers, or we miss a few vegetables in harvest. The result is...

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What Do Food Labels Like Certified Organic, Natural and Non-GMO Mean?

Posted by Sarah West on February 20, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes, Organic News & Sustainability

We’ve all been there: standing in the grocery store aisle facing twenty kinds of crackers (or pasta, or mayo, or cereal), scanning the labels to find the product that not only looks the tastiest,...

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5 Easiest Plants for Seed Saving

Posted by Nan Fischer on February 17, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

Whether you are a seasoned or new organic gardener, you will want to save your own seed some day. We’ve all accidentally neglected the garden and unwittingly grown seed, but this can send you on a...

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7 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Driving to work, preparing dinner, taking a shower, using the computer - these activities are all part of an average day for most people. There’s something else they have in common, too: they all...

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The Benefits Of Veganism For You And The Planet

I'm a vegan. I'm a vegan for many reasons, but to put it simply, it's because I care deeply about the world around me.

But counter to what some may think about vegans, I don't like to preach. If...

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15 Indulgent Recipes For Valentine's Day

Posted by Nature's Path on February 09, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes

We are excited for any excuse to break out the organic, fair trade chocolate bars, but if you want to give your loved ones something with a handmade touch this Valentine's Day - why not make them...

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What is the difference between Vegetarian and Vegan?

Posted by Nature's Path on February 07, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes, Living Happier & Healthier

For people who don't follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, the difference between them can seem murky. Sure, neither diet includes beef, but what about brownies, yogurt and pizza? And what about all...

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February Organic Gardening Chores

Posted by Nan Fischer on February 06, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

It’s cold. It might be snowing. You might be in the midst of a messy thaw. But you can’t deny the sun is moving north, and the days are getting longer. Garden season is not far behind! Brush off...

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