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Got Milk? A guide to find... What Is Real Milk? By Realmilk.com The source of most commercial milk is the...
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Keyhole Gardening

Keyhole Garden – How to make an African style raised bed. Another video about Keyhole Gardening By Nikki Phipps (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden) Keyhole garden beds are commonly seen in permaculture gardens. These beautiful, productive gardens are ideal for small spaces and can accommodate a variety of plants, vegetables, herbs, flowers, etc. In addition, permaculture keyhole gardening can be easily adapted to fit...

Permaculture: a philosophy of working with, rather...

Permaculture From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Permaculture is a theory of ecological design which seeks to develop sustainable human settlements and agricultural systems, by attempting to model them on natural ecosystems.[1][2] Permaculture draws from several other disciplines including organic farming, agroforestry, sustainable development, and applied ecology. “The primary agenda of the movement has been to...

Farm to School: What a Concept!

Implementing Farm to School Activities from: http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/f2s/Default.htm What does “Farm to School” encompass? With our school systems’ diverse operations and geography, Farm to School activities can differ greatly across communities. Farm to School activities may involve a few or all of the following parties: school food service staff, farmers, teachers, students, principals, parents, and community partners....

The Gleaning Network of Texas: A Great Cause to Su...

  The Gleaning Network of Texas is a nonprofit, grassroots organization whose goal is to use our state’s existing surplus fresh produce resources to help alleviate hunger and improve nutrition for food-insecure Texans. The Network brings together growers, volunteers, and service agencies to provide food for the hungry from fruits and vegetables left in the field after the harvest and other unutilized supplies   Where the...

Community Gardening: Back to Our Roots.

  From The American Community Gardener’s Association. What is a Community Garden? Very Simply, it is: Any piece of land gardened by a group of people. We at the ACGA have a broad definition of what a community garden entails. It can be urban, suburban, or rural. It can grow flowers, vegetables or community. It can be one community plot, or can be many individual plots. It can be at a school, hospital, or in a...

Got Milk? A guide to finding fresh milk.

What Is Real Milk? By Realmilk.com The source of most commercial milk is the modern Holstein,* bred to produce huge quantities of milk–three times as much as the old-fashioned cow. She needs special feed and antibiotics to keep her well. Her milk contains high levels of growth hormone from her pituitary gland, even when she is spared the indignities of genetically engineered Bovine Growth Hormone to push her to the...

DFW Truck Farm 5k Fun Run!

From: http://www.gardeninspirations-tx.com/truck.html It’s happening on April 22nd 2012 at Fair Park…at the EARTH DAY DALLAS festival! What are we up to now?  Believe it or not, we are organizing a 5k fun run.  Earth Day Dallas is letting us come into their event on the second day and set up a course prior to the opening of the Sunday’s activities.  You can get TWO events packed into ONE day – for the whole family! Here’s...

Whole Earth Farms

Devoted to the revitalization of rural communities by drawing attention to the intrinsic value of earth friendly farmers, ranchers, artists and craftsmen to the health of the nation and the world. Let’s Leave It Better Than We Found...