Showing posts with label Lady Bug. Show all posts
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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Farmer Blog

Farmer Blog

The Farmer Blog features outstanding writing by some of our favorite EcoFarmers. Through sharing these entertaining and informative essays, we hope to promote important voices to a wider audience, create a platform for interactive dialogues on important issues and increase communication among diverse groups. The farmer blog focuses on successful examples of sustainable agriculture and food systems initiatives, creates opportunities for farmers to promote their farms and their work. If you are a farmer writing on food and farming issues, and interested in contributing, please email us for more information.

Lady Bug Letter

Posted on April 2, 2010 in the Farmer Blog

 

During a Passover Seder feast a blessing is recited over two kinds of bitter herbs, Maror and Chazeret.

 

LIVING WITHOUT DAYLIGHT SAVINGS IS NOT THE BEST REASON TO MOVE TO HAWAII

Posted on March 29, 2010 in the Farmer Blog

 

There’s Hanelei Bay, and Pikala, and all the country spots on the leeward side of Kauai, as well as the papayas, the local honey and the sense that you can survive fairly well even though the place is in constant economic turmoil.

 

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