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A Tale of Two Cities

by on May 9, 2013

TweetPhiladelphia and New York City are on a mission to green their cities through school gardens. Check out this article for more details. We applaud this amazing effort!  

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Tweet  Many countries have limitations on GMO crops, others ban it in certain circumstances. Hungary is one country that has a zero tolerance policy that enforces it strictly. According to trueactivist.com, they recently destroyed GMO corn crops. The GMO conversation is polarized and political.  If you are against GMO’s, we feel growing your own garden […]

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Chicken tips

by on May 9, 2013

Tweet  Raising chickens is the new thing. We found this great article featuring stylish coops for your backyard. Who says that raising chickens can’t add art to your backyard?   Need a little inspiration for raising chickens?  Meet the Brunos.   Carol Carimi Acutt aims to inspire everyone to grow their own food with ease. […]

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Stickers on your food

by on May 9, 2013

Tweet  The local movement is alive and well.  There is a healthy urban farming industry happening in Chicago. The city is supporting this new super local farming by introducing local labels for produce.   Buy local couldn’t be easier. Carol Carimi Acutt aims to inspire everyone to grow their own food with ease. Grow, cook […]

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Tweet  This is a great product to start your first garden.  The Nourishmat is practically a “paint by numbers” garden template.   It comes with pre-selected seeds and with a watering system.  If you try this, let us know how you like it.  If you don’t have as much space as the Nourishmat requires,  check […]

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Tweet   It’s easy to profess the anti-GMO rhetoric and maybe alienate those who don’t understand GMO’s completely. To me, the best way to fight the GMO war, is to back your argument with scientific studies.   GMO propaganda is widespread: claims of high yield, low pesticide use and absolute safety. But in actuality, none […]

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Gaga with garbage

by on May 7, 2013

TweetOne of our favorite topics: composting!  They’re doing it in India to start gardens and we can do it here too!  Want to learn how to compost?  We have several articles to help you learn about the process.  My favorite part about composting?  Knowing that all of the food scraps (and there are many) go […]

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Bike-a-Bee

by on May 7, 2013

TweetWe can’t think of a better way to spread the word about beekeeping than Bike-a-Bee!   Want to learn how to bee-keep?  Check out our friends at HoneyLove.org. Carol Carimi Acutt aims to inspire everyone to grow their own food with ease. Grow, cook and compost for better food and better living.

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The Monopoly of GMO Seeds

by on May 4, 2013

TweetThe GMO issue is a huge one.  To play your part in fighting against the proliferation of GMO’s, start your own garden today!  Can you accidentally buy GMO seeds? The answer is here. Read here to find out more about the GMO seed monopoly and how it’s affecting farmers. Carol Carimi Acutt aims to inspire […]

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TweetChicken diapers? We thought this was hilarious.  For all of those urban chicken farmers out there, this is especially for you! Read article here.    

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5 Recycling Tips for Kids

by on May 4, 2013

Tweet  Sometimes trying to live the “green” way can be very overwhelming.  Here are a few simple tips we found that can be helpful when you have kids. Read article by clicking here  

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Tweet  Here’s a great article for ideas of do with your kids using recycled materials around the house.  My daughter’s school has been create fashion from “trash,” calling is “TRASHION.” How fun is that?   Check out some additional ideas below. Photo by Joel Henriques/ Made by Joel

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Tweet    There are bugs and then there are superbugs. In the world of antibiotics, superbugs are a real problems because antibiotics oftentimes can’t kill them. Why do we have superbugs? Years of antibiotic overuse in factory farms. In the most recent EWG study, an alarming amount of superbugs were found in raw chicken, turkey, […]

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Tweet   When I moved to Southern California from New Orleans, one visit to the Farmers Market made me realize how incredible the produce selection was here.  But, buying all of those delicious heirloom tomatoes and gorgeous greens can be pricey.  The good news is that if you begin your own food garden, you can […]

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Tweet Michael Pollan is an excellent author, responsible for creating a tremendous amount of awareness about our food system.  Here’s a great video with Mr. Pollan explaining why GMO’s really don’t serve the general population.   Thank you Mr. Pollan for being an amazing activist. Another reason to grow your own food and say NO […]

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Tweet A growing body of research shows that urban farms reduce violence. —Photographs by Emily Schiffer; Text by Alex Kotlowitz | July/August 2012 Issue61 I suppose the easy thing to do would be to rail against food deserts, the dearth of fresh produce and other healthy foods for those living in impoverished neighborhoods. Or to […]

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Protein in Plant Foods

by on April 26, 2013

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Tweet Vanessa Vick for The New York Times Shopping at Almaala Farms at the Union Market in Washington. By ANN MAH Published: April 24, 2013 Washington’s culinary scene has traditionally been known for its power restaurants: clubby spots, often run by celebrity chefs, where political movers-and-shakers cut deals and charred steaks. But recently, the city […]

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