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November 2009 Blog Posts (14)

Cold Antler Farm

If you've never heard of Cold Antler Farm or Jenna Woginrich nows a good time to learn about this fiesty farmer doing the homegrown boogey. Check out her blog @ http://coldantlerfarm.blogspot.com. She's in something of a pickle right now and could use a little encouragement and moral support. No one should have to give up on a true dream of living a simpler life! I personally find her story inspiring - she's the reason I've given over to my… Continue

Added by lasharb on November 30, 2009 at 7:09pm — No Comments

Conservation Project: Adopting Queeny Ass Dogs From The Pound Who Steal Your Drinks And Try To Eat Cigarettes, And How To Care For Them

(for the version with links and pictures, click here)

Every homestead needs its Jack, the brindle bull dog that in one chapter of Little House you think drowns while they're fording the river in the covered wagon and you cry, maybe as recently as age 23, only to -spoiler alert-! get to the part where they hear a noise outside and it's Jack, he hasn't died, and he… Continue

Added by Heather Flansworth on November 25, 2009 at 3:33pm — 5 Comments

Oh, Hi. I Didn't See You There.

So about two months ago I started a blog because I was (still am!) funemployed and crawling the fuck out of my skin. And, hey, do I understand machines and technology enough to get an RSS feed cooking on my page sans errors and a mess of struggle? No. Just, decidedly no. Hence, I'm going to try to do some hoodrat copy and paste business, and maybe dreams will happen. My blog is fairly tranny, but it's my attempt to… Continue

Added by Heather Flansworth on November 25, 2009 at 3:25pm — No Comments

Eastern Wake News Article about Grow And Share Non-Profit Activities

Thank you, Eastern Wake News & Denise Sherman, for today’s write-up of Grow And Share - http://www.easternwakenews.com/news/story/5464.html . It includes information on Grow And Share’s history, its upcoming activities, and recent school gardens construction and scout meeting.

Reporter Sherman mentioned that she had become aware of Grow And Share because of the… Continue

Added by thewhatleys on November 25, 2009 at 11:20am — No Comments

need seed

I am looking for some herloom seeds for my garden. I have been at my current address less than one year and am just beginning so I have no seed to trade. Would anyone be kind enough to share garden seed?

Added by genny asher on November 20, 2009 at 6:31pm — No Comments

Johnson's Backyard Garden CSA

Posted on http://nworbleahcim.blogspot.com/

This week was our first CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) pickup from Johnson's Backyard Garden - and it totally beat our expectations.

Pictured above is everything included. I'm excited that we're getting tasty, local,… Continue

Added by michael on November 19, 2009 at 10:50pm — 1 Comment

New Blog for Homemakin' Mamas (papas allowed too)

Is it okay to plug my own blog on here?
It's called
Apron Strings: Revolution Starts at Home!
Check it out!
See you in cyberspace,

Added by Calamity Jane on November 19, 2009 at 10:02am — 1 Comment

Recycling black plastic barrels - compost tumblers, rain barrels, etc.

Grow and Share has a supply of large plastic barrels we are recycling... These are a great size for rain barrels, just a little smaller than 55 gallon drums. If you don't need a rain barrel, they can be cut into halves and used as large planters. Or made into compost tumblers.

We are asking for a donation to help cover barrel/accessories/paint costs and to raise funds for next year's Grow And Share projects. All money raised will go directly to Grow And Share. Whatever amount you… Continue

Added by thewhatleys on November 18, 2009 at 11:30pm — No Comments

The Teach A Man To Fish Recipe Roundup is posted!!

What is Teach A Man To Fish? It's a blog event that invites folks to devise and share recipes using sustainable seafood. From friend and HOMEGROWNer Jacqueline Church's web site:

A blog event takes place in the blogosphere only. You may participate completely nude if you like, or in chef's whites,… Continue

Added by Cornelia on November 12, 2009 at 1:39pm — No Comments

End-of-Year Fund Drive and "Garden In A Box" Packs

At this time of the year, we know you are likely thinking about charitable donations as well as holiday shopping. We at Grow And Share would like to help you on both fronts. We'd like you to give us your tax deductible donation, and in return we'll provide you with a "thank you" -- a garden Starter Pack or Deluxe Pack which you can use for yourself or give as a holiday gift.

Help us reach our goals with our end-of-year fund drive. Like all non-profits, monetary donations are… Continue

Added by thewhatleys on November 10, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments

School Gardens Will Grow Food to Eat, To Learn, And To Share

November 9, 2009 – Zebulon, NC USA

Elementary school teachers are going green in Franklin County, NC with installation of school gardens. Teachers are adding gardening to their lesson plans for science, nutrition, and other subjects. Produce grown in these gardens will feed the students, the teachers, and other local residents.

Working with Franklin County school teachers and Dale Byrns, Creative Education Office, several gardens are being installed. In Spring 2010, over… Continue

Added by thewhatleys on November 9, 2009 at 12:14pm — 1 Comment

Can I grow a vegetable garden in SW Florida?

I guess I have set myself up for failure one more time. This week I was very productive planning, gathering, building, and even putting seeds into earth. I have sewn parsley (grown mostly for the butterflies), beans (I love home grown string beans), endive and a mixture of lettuce.

Many friends, neighbors, long time residence have warned me “You can’t grow a vegetable garden in Southwest Florida.” This year will be my third… Continue

Added by Sarah on November 7, 2009 at 2:55pm — 2 Comments

Girls vs. Boys? Urban Homesteading is about the economy, community, and connecting to the land

GOOD Magazine has a fantastic article with a misleading headline: "Is Urban Homesteading Keeping Women Down?" Puhleez say those interviewed - including Kelly Coyne and Erik Knudsen from Homegrown Evolution - the gold standard of urban homesteaders. In response to the idea that a return to the kitchen is a blow to gender equality, Kelly… Continue

Added by Cornelia on November 3, 2009 at 5:43pm — No Comments

Growing Tobacco

Posted on http://nworbleahcim.blogspot.com/


I'm not a smoker - but that's not going to stop me from learning how to grow, cultivate, and enjoy some good nicotiana tabaccum. Last spring, bought a pack of Scherazi Tobacco seeds - an Iranian variety - and was able to get 1 plant to… Continue

Added by michael on November 3, 2009 at 11:48am — 5 Comments

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