Some call it squash, most think it’s dreamy, another blog about zucchini.Read More
As our spring vegetable crops begin to wane, i.e. your lettuce tastes bitter, and your peas are starchy and dry…Instead of ripping all the plants out and tossing them in the compost, think about saving seeds from these crops for next year! Turns out peas and lettuce (and tomatoes) are great crops to make your first foray into seed saving.Read More
Zucchini is a fantastic veggie that you can add to almost any recipe. Eat it raw. Roast it. Saute it. Noodle it!
Zucchini certainly isn’t a veggie you’ve never heard of, like Kohlrabi might have been. But it is one that has so many uses from soups to souffles that it is good to branch out with this old friend.Read More
Kaya Juda-Nelson lives and works the River Road Farm as the new caretaker, but her journey with Garden City Harvest and farming started when she was just out of high school. It was the summer after she graduated that she decided to volunteer at the PEAS Farm.Read More
Pruning tomatoes is something that I think many of us have heard of but never really understood. If you missed last night’s workshop, catch some of the basics in this blog.Read More
If someone were to ask me what my favorite vegetable is, I’d almost always say, “Well, it depends”. Picking a favorite vegetable is akin to picking a favorite child. I know this may sound a bit crazy to some of you, but honestly, the point I’m trying to make is that I love all vegetables for the uniqueness they bring to the table.Read More
Paul and Christiane are some of the most dedicated urban farmers you’ll meet. They’ve convinced landlords to let them dig up apartment courtyards. They’ve grown veggies in community garden plots from Missoula, Montana to Kiel, Germany. They’ve traveled to friends’ yards to scratch out a little growing space.Read More