Category Archive for: ‘Gardens’

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    How to Grow Your Own Slow Food Tomatoes

    Nothing tastes better than fresh tomatoes ripened naturally by the sun and grown without chemicals. Tomatoes are some of the easiest fruits to grow in your backyard. They are versatile and good for the health, you can use them in several ways; in main meals, […]

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    Trillions of Allies Underground

    New-to-Portland author Kristin Ohlson is doing a reading/talk about her book The Soil Will Save Us: How Scientists, Farmers and Foodies are Healing the Soil to Save the Planet at Powell’s on Burnside on March 27 at 7:30. The book introduces readers to the ancient partnership between […]

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  • A Year of New Foods, One Class at a Time

    We’re a few days into 2010, and it’s time to start taking stock of just how exactly we’ll all hold true to our New Year’s resolutions. Maybe you swore to cook more foods from scratch. Maybe you resolved to raise a larger garden this year. […]

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  • Back In the Garden Already?

    Kathy teaches transplants. Photo: Oregon Tilth. You might be thinking that it’s too early to planning for next year’s harvest, but Oregon Tilth is already booking out their gardening classes for 2010! Each year, Oregon Tilth hosts a broad lineup of courses for beginning and […]

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