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Dec 23, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: Growing, Herbs

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Categories: Gardening

When drying herbs, remember that any herb with small leaves or woody stems should not be dried in the stove, but rather by hanging them up. Dry herbs naturally, with drying trays or by hanging them up with tips from an experienced gardener in this free video on gardening and growing herbs. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen

Dec 15, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: Collecting, From, Growing, Heirloom, saving, Seed, Seeds, Tomatoes

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Categories: Gardening

Tomatoes are easy plants to grow from heirloom seeds and start many gardens. Learn about getting into tomato heirloom seed saving from an organic farmer in this free gardening video. Expert: Daniel Botkin Bio: Daniel Botkin is an avid organic gardener, micro-farmer and permaculture advocate who recognizes the timeliness of backyard agriculture and permaculture-style food

Dec 11, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: Collecting, From, Growing, Heirloom, saving, Seed, Seeds, Tomatoes

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Categories: Gardening

Tomatoes are easy plants to grow from heirloom seeds and start many gardens. Learn about getting into tomato heirloom seed saving from an organic farmer in this free gardening video. Expert: Daniel Botkin Bio: Daniel Botkin is an avid organic gardener, micro-farmer and permaculture advocate who recognizes the timeliness of backyard agriculture and permaculture-style food

Nov 23, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: Back, Growing, Organic

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Categories: Gardening

by Coyuchi, made in conjunction with Solidaridad in The Netherlands A great story of commitment to an organic future — with benefits for the producers and for you. It’s an upbeat and hopeful story of one farmer’s and one village’s move to organic and Fair Trade certified cotton production. It shows how the village of

Nov 22, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: Farm, Growing, power, Urban

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Categories: Urban Homesteading

Growing Power Milwaukee Operations Manager Sarah Christman gives a tour of the programs two-acre urban farm, highlighting the programs sustainable and innovative techniques in composting, aquaponics and heating the year-round greenhouses with steaming organic matter, dubbed hot mix.

Nov 04, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: Episode, Growing, Life, part, power, Soil, TRIP

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Categories: Urban Homesteading

I travel to a remarkable urban farm in Milwaukee Wisconsin, where in just a few acres enough food is produced to feed many thousands of people. This farm, Growing Power, has developed a integrated system that harnesses the power of vermiculture, hydroponics and aquaculture to grow enormous quantities of food. I will be exploring their

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