Here's a few links you can't live without if you are a gardener in the Ozarks!
http://www.wellfedneighbor.com/ - Social forum with blog, groups, picture sharing and calendar.
http://friendsofthegarden.org/ - Botanical Center, calendar and blog.
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For those of you that like to keep up on what's currently happening in the world of Organics here are some very important links!
Organic Farmers and Seed Sellers Sue Monsanto.
Fantastic Links for those interested in Bio-dynamic Farming and Anthroposophy.…Continue
Thought everyone might enjoy some Ozarks History if one of my favorite web-sites called State of the Ozarks. Be sure to sign up for the newsletter. Here's a recent article I enjoyed about the history of tomatos in the Ozarks.
Please click on this link if you are interested in vending at the C-Street Market. We are expanding the market this year and looking for local farmer's to sell produce, meat, eggs, jams, seedlings and other hand-made items. This is a wonderful community right in the center of Springfied located by the Jefferson Avenue Footbridge on Historic Commercial Street.
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Our Greenhouse journey began with a 1972 Lord & Burnham Gothic ORLYT Greenhouse donated by my good friend Matthew. His neighbor had decided to add an addition on to their house and did not want it anymore. So Brad began the cumbersome job of dismantling the 100's of pieces and transporting them to our backyard. The first dilemma was how to build the 2 1/2 ft. platform as the structural base for the greenhouse to sit on. We started looking for materials to use as posts and boards for…Continue
Here are some wonderful links to explore for those that are interested in educating yourself and others about sustainable agricuture. Happy reading!
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Today I ordered my Stella Natura Biodynamic Agricultural Planting Guide & Calendar to start preparing for the next planting season. This calendar was a great addition to last season and was used as the planting guide for The Kitchen Community Garden along with Clyde's Garden Planner.
If you would like to read more about Biodynamics…Continue
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According to the USDA, around 15 percent of the world's food is now grown in urban areas. City and suburban agriculture takes the form of backyard, roof-top and balcony gardening, community gardening in vacant lots and parks,…Continue
Seeing that America has over 500 universities nationwide, wouldn't it be fantastic if every campus had a similar farmers' market that fosters community interests while it makes fresh and local produce accessible to
those on and off campus?
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