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Monday Recap: Return to Normal

I am not sure what normal weather is anymore, but after ten straight days of colder than usual weather, our snow is all gone and temperatures here have returned to more seasonal levels. I didn’t do a lot of harvesting … Continue reading

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Impact Community Garden 2014

Today I want to give everyone a long overdue update on the Impact Community Garden. For those that might not know, this project first started back in 2011, and it brings together people who want to garden but lack the … Continue reading

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It’s A No-Harvest Monday, Plus A Tour

The weather warmed up to more normal levels for a couple of days last week, which melted some of our snow cover. It barely thawed the ground out though, which made it slippery to walk on. I took advantage of the sunshine and wandered around with my camera, so I thought I would give a tour of how things look in the garden. Continue reading

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Late May/Early June Harvests

As we exit May and enter into June, our harvests are starting to see a little more variety. I got a taste of several new (to me) varieties, which is always exciting. I started cutting the chard I planted in … Continue reading

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Saturday Spotlight: Verde da Taglio Chard

I thought the day would never come when I would be raving about a variety of Swiss Chard. Because frankly, up until recently I wasn’t even a fan of chard, at least not in the kitchen.  In the garden it … Continue reading

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