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What is Aquaponic Gardening and Why Might You Care?

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What is Aquaponic Gardening and Why Might You Care?

What if I told you that you could catch fish for dinner right in your own backyard?  And what if before you catch those fish, they were growing the veggies for the rest of your dinner plate?  Would you believe me?  You should!  This is all within reach using a new style of gardening called Aquaponics. Aquaponics is, at its most basic level, the marriage of aquaculture (raising fish) and hydroponics...

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Recipes from the Field

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Recipes from the Field

Summer offers one of my favorite pastimes, collecting and eating wild foods. Whether collected from the garden while weeding or added to a camping stew pot, local weeds can add flavor, nutrients, and variety to summer fare. Edible weeds are little storehouses of phytochemicals, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Before you run off into the woods with cutlery and dinner plate in hand, you need to take a few precautions. It is...

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Sunrise Vinyasa Yoga in the Gardens

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Sunrise Vinyasa Yoga in the Gardens

Our lives are extremely busy - always focusing on the next event, driving from point A to B, scheduling meetings, answering phone calls and walking with our head down staring at our cell phone. We are living in a constant state of fast-paced motion and forgetting to take a minute to breathe and observe. We are losing our focus on what is important - attention to detail, meaningful movement throughout...

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The Art of Pruning

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The Art of Pruning

Think it’s too early to be doing necessary work out in your yard?  Think again. The late winter and early spring is an excellent time to be training young trees via pruning. Shade and ornamental trees are an important component of the home landscape and need regular pruning when young to fulfill their purpose in the landscape.  Home owners can perform essential pruning on their young trees that improves strength...

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