I am getting ready for the 2017 Farmers Market and would love to know what you would like to see available this year.
A Community of People Passionate about Making A Little Money Making the Planet Better The Institute of Ecolonomics (IOE) is a non-profit 501c3 entity providing business development services to entrepreneurs with ideas, technologies, and inventions that when implemented will make the planet better while generating a sustainable profit. Our mission is to demonstrate that creating …
Published on Dec 3, 2012
Mike hosts the nationally syndicated public radio show You Bet Your Garden, which airs every Saturday at 11am on WHYY-FM (90.9) in Philadelphia. “You Bet Your Garden” is also the name of Mike’s column in the quarterly gardening publication Greenprints, appearing in every issue since 1998. Mike was editor-in-chief of Organic Gardening magazine from February 1991 through December 1997. Mike’s most recent publication is The You Bet Your Garden Guide to Growing Great Tomatoes. Released in February 2012 by Fox Chapel Publishing, it’s a completely revised and updated third edition of Mike’s classic tomato tome, which was previously titled You Bet Your Tomatoes. In the mid-1970s Mike was the entertainment editor of Philadelphia’s weekly alternative newspaper The Drummer, and editor of the associated college newspaper The Daily Planet. He wrote countless feature articles for The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Philadelphia Daily News in the 70s and 80s, and enjoyed two brief stints at Marvel Comics; as editor of their British line in 1971 and as a writer and editor in the ‘Marvel Bullpen’ in 1979. Mike lives in the boonies of Lehigh County with his family, organic garden, and an inconsistent number of rescued cats. He plays pinball, enjoys baseball, grows way too many tomatoes, and will not eat lima beans, no matter how much you pay him.
TEDxPhoenixville, the first TEDx event in the Philadelphia region, celebrates the creative, innovative and inspiring work happening right here and all around the world. Our objective is to present thought-provoking ideas via an annual day-long event featuring compelling speakers and performers.
Welcome to Ideaville, a place where local can mean everything from our solar system to our community. A place where YOUR BACKYARD becomes a universe of amazing ideas. In 2012 TEDxPhoenixville explored your backyard from the perspective of the arts, science, technology, education and humor, and how a lively mixture of ideas and people can lead to inspiration and innovation.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.*
*Subject to certain rules and regulations.
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Vole damage in a yard or garden can be extensive. Moles can also do an incredible amount of damage to your yard and gardens as well. Actually moles and skunks will often tag team your yard. The moles attack it from the underside and the skunks attack it from above. Digging it up like a …
Gearing up for the growing season. This year we are selling CSA Market shares.
You choose your CSA share size to establish your Genesa Garden account. Your share translates into CSA credits and work as a debit account with our farm. You choose the produce you want, when you want it, and the money is debited from your account.
Order here: http://genesagarden.com/genesa-garden-csa/
From: Everyday Reading 1. It forces you to incorporate more vegetables into your diet. I know – you think you could just use your money and buy vegetables at the grocery store instead. But, I’m pretty sure most of us get distracted by the Triscuits and Cheerios, when we mean to be buying more …
Companion planting means placing plants together that grow well together (and may even help each other out), while avoiding placing plants together where one inhibits the other. The companion planting charts you can find online and books shouldn’t be treated as hard science, but can be very worthwhile as a starting point when you’re trying …