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Honeyed Rhubarb Jam

June 5, 2013

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Dang, it’s been awhile. What can I say? I’ve been up to my ears in work (at the farm, at the other farm, at the restaurant, at home), and there is no such thing as a day off around here, right now, at least. But according to my observation of the most accomplished and seemingly-fulfilled […]

Pre-plan Can Plan

January 20, 2013

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2013 brought about some unsavory circumstances around these here parts. First my monthly student loan debt payment doubled (bye, bye grace period). Then I had the pleasure of dealing with credit card fraud for the first time. And then I found out the house I live in had been sold, without any prior notice to […]

Using free web services to plan and coordinate a garden

April 29, 2012

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For all the flack companies like Google get for their omnipresence throughout the world wide web, they do provide Internet users with free services that can make garden planning and task coordination far more effective than some of the other, more tradition means of data transmission. In the past few years, I’ve found that using […]

Time to get growing

March 21, 2012

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It’s as if the universe, in all of her majesty, somehow knows that a) it is my birthday (week), b) it is my Spring Break, and c) I’m itching to get down and dirty in the Learning Garden. The weather has been absolutely glorious up here in the Northeast, and I’m trying to take advantage […]

Digging In & Putting Up in 2012: Part I

February 22, 2012

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My, how quickly we move from one season to the next. It seems like just last week I was picking big, beautiful heads of Napa out of the garden at Waltham Fields, when in reality it was almost four months ago. I’m sure the freakishly-mild and dry winter we’ve experienced in the Northeast has much […]

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