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These strawberries and sugar snap peas were the first pick your own fruits and veggies from our CSA Farm last weekend.
We went to see Willie Nelson this past Sunday Night. It was great to have a chance to see a music icon who is also a big farm advocate through Farm Aid, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to keep … Continue reading
Our first Iris bloom . . . . . . and the vegetable garden is planted. Bring on Summer! Vegetable list this year (clockwise from bottom left) Pie Pumpkin Carrots (not planted quite yet) Peppers (jalapeno and jabanero) Potatoes? (not … Continue reading
Happy Earth Day! This image was generated at Tag Galaxy, where I entered the tag earthday and it grabbed images from Flickr. Watch out because it is addictive.
Taken by David & Holly of us a while ago . . .
This is my small attempt to represent and participate in Earth Hour. I intended to have some footage of the Boston Skyline as well, but the fog rolled in as soon as it was time for Boston to turn down … Continue reading
Earth Hour is on March 28th, 2009 at 8:30pm. I plan to participate. Join in. More info. at http://www.earthhour.org
Halogen bulbs contain a small amount of mercury and need to be recycled, along with CFL light bulbs. These websites have some helpful recycling information: LampRecycle.org LightBulbRecycling.com Compact fluorescent light bulbs are a great way to save energy, but since … Continue reading
At some point this summer some weeds showed up in our garden thanks to some seeds that never broke down in our compost/worm bin. We speculated for much of the summer and thought that they were melons, but it turns … Continue reading