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  • 10 Gifts for Your Favorite Locavore

    Treat your foodie friends and family to these stocking stuffers that support the local-food movement in your city.

  • 10 Simple Ways to Prepare Spring Veggies

    Cool-season vegetables will be the first to pop out of your garden at the end of winter. Savor their fresh flavor with these classic recipes.

  • 11 Food Apps for Sustainable Shoppers

    Get a better handle on what you put in your mouth with these apps that help you identify sustainable food.

  • 5 Herbs to Grow for Summer Cocktails (Recipes Included!)

    Reap the rewards of your hard work in the garden by sipping on these herb-inspired drinks.

  • 5 Rules for Urban Wild Food Foraging

    Supplement your diet—and save money in the process—by gleaning the wild and wonderful plants growing around your city.

  • 6 Canning-Problem Tips

    When learning how to can, you may run into a few of these canning problems.

  • 6 Tips for Fruit Foraging

    Launch a local-food campaign with these fruit foraging tips.

  • 7 Films Every Locavore Needs to Watch

    Take a look behind the scenes of food and farming initiatives around the world right from the comfort of your living room with these dynamic documentaries.

  • 7 Multi-Purpose Kitchen Tools to Save You Space

    Love to cook, but feeling a little cramped in the kitchen? Keep these kitchen tools close at hand, and toss the rest of the clutter.

  • 7 Reasons You Should Ferment Your Harvest

    Daunted by the idea of creating your first ferment? Don’t be. It’s an easy, safe and healthy way to make your garden bounty last.

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