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Tea and Food is Aaron's blog - he did the canning workshop at the Urban Country Fair. He's funny and eloquent at the same time. An adventurous foodie, for sure.
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Somerville Maple Syrup Project - The Boil Down
Kicking off the 2008 season at the Somerville Community Growing Center…
The Somerville Maple Syrup Project will fire their sap into syrup at The Boil Down on Friday March 13 and Saturday March 14 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to stop by to learn about and taste the sap & syrup collected from Somerville trees.
For more information contact Aviva at 617-628-9988 or email email@example.com.
Ten Reasons to Own a Backyard Farm:
1. Locally grown food tastes better
2. Fresh produce is better for you
3. Backyard farms can cost up to 20 percent less than the local market
4. You know exactly where your food is coming from
5. Reduces energy use
6. Local foods have more variety
7. Guaranteed 100 percent natural
8. Support your local farmer!
9. Backyard farms build community
10. It is in investment in your future
Source: Green City Growers