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Organic Farming and the Development of New Squash Varieties

Posted by Sarah West on November 16, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

'Tis the season for squash cooked many ways: as soup, hollowed out and stuffed with any number of fillings, slathered in curry sauce, and, of course, baked into Thanksgiving pumpkin pie. To many...

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How To Eat Your Landscape: Todmorden, England Shows Us How

Posted by Courtney Sunday on November 15, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

I spent a little over a year of my life living in England, travelling from coast to coast, getting acquainted with the different accents and the different ways of living. I had tea in Bath. I ate...

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Organic Farming: The Next Generation

Posted by Sarah West on November 14, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

There’s no way around it – our farmers are getting older, and soon a new generation of farmers will need to replace them. The average age of farmers in the US has been above 50 since the 1974...

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9 Vegan Cookbooks to Inspire a Healthy Plant-Based Diet

Posted by Nature's Path on November 10, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

Following a healthy plant-based diet offers a ton of benefits. It's better for the environment, animals, and our bodies. We'll also let you in on a little secret: it's not as hard to follow as you...

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How to Grow Squash and Pumpkins

Posted by Nan Fischer on November 10, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

November signals the beginning of the holiday season, which also means it's pumpkin pie season. There's nothing like making a pie using pumpkins from your own garden! Winter squash may also grace...

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Are the US and Canada Food Guides Outdated?

Posted by Courtney Sunday on November 09, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes

Canada’s Food Guide is on the verge of a giant update. This is good news, as this is the first update since 2007, and nutrition books written in 2012 are now considered to be outdated. 

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Crop Rotation for a Healthy Organic Garden

Posted by Nan Fischer on November 07, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

As you clean up your garden and plan for next year, consider crop rotation to improve the soil and overall health of the garden. Make a record of this year’s vegetable beds and plan for different...

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11 Organic Recipes To Cozy Up With This Winter

Posted by Nature's Path on November 03, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes

Notice that your refreshingly cool morning smoothies don't have the same appeal during winter? We don't blame you. In the midst of cold weather, we crave one thing: comfort food. Here are 11...

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10 Things You Have in Common With a Vegan (Even if You Think You Hate Them)

Posted by Courtney Sunday on November 01, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes

 

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Organic Gardening Chores You Must Do in November, December & January

Posted by Nan Fischer on October 31, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

More than likely, your garden has by now been hit hard by frost. It’s time to look forward to the quiet and reflection the winter months provide.

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