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Rudimentary Ruminant Recommendations
You can’t leave your goat and sheep care solely up to the vet; the more you know, the healthier your animals will be.
by Karin Pekarchik

The No-Soil Solution
The future is now, as hydroponics teaches gardeners that dirt isn’t always necessary to grow great greens.
by Scott Kellogg and Stacy Pettigrew

It’s Alive!
Allow your homemade cocktails to impart their own personalities by infusing new tastes.
by Judith Hausman

There’s No-Knead to Buy Bread Ever Again
The perfect combination of water, flour and salt results in home-baked bread.
by Erik Knutzen

Waste Not, Want Not
I waste food; you waste food; we all waste food. Let’s change our ways together.
by Cherie Langlois

Clearing the Dairy Air
The raw-versus-pasteurized milk debate centers on public safety, economics and the freedom of choice.
by Maureen Blaney Flietner

Taking (Climate) Control
Manipulate your microclimate areas to fit your gardening needs.
by Chris McLaughlin

Orange You Glad You Grow Citrus?
Tired of conformity? Go rogue with your citrus trees and defy their better-known zones.
by Frank Hyman

Where Urban Meets Farm: Oh, the Places You’ll Grow!
No one ever said food production had to sit still; these urban farmers combined a little creativity with a little bit of will.
by Lisa Munniksma

Urban Farm Road Trip: Asheville, N.C.
Bears, berries, bison and a whole lotta’ vegetables goin’ on.
by Nan K. Chase


Backyard Coop
Chicken Names
Kelly Wood

Curbside Tools
Hydroponic Hardware
Scott Kellogg and Stacy Pettigrew

Urban Feast
Go Greens!
Amy Cotler

Green Thumb
Rye Wit and Wisdom
by Frank Hyman


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