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Our School Garden: A Book Review (and Some Thoughts on Anti-bias in Kids’ Books)

Before I dig into the book Our School Garden, I want to make sure you know about Readers to Eaters.  I met founders and partners Philip and June Jo Lee last summer at an event for the Community Alliance for … Continue reading

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Finding My Place

If you follow on Facebook you might have caught word that I was in Oakland attending the Community Food Conference: Food Justice: Honoring Our Roots. Growing the Movement.  Around 1,000 people from almost every state and from 5 continents attended … Continue reading

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Community Food Conference: Day 2

Oakland is a hotbed of activity for food justice organizations. It is truly inspiring.  I am so glad that the Community Food Conference  is here and I took the opportunity to take a closer peek at a few of them. … Continue reading

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Community Food Conference: Day 1

Hi! I am in Oakland at the Community Food Conference presented by the Community Food Security Coalition.  I’m extremely excited to be attending and be in Oakland, where there is so much energy involved in social and food justice!  As well … Continue reading

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And some more seeds & starts…I heart spring!

New seeds planted (indoors): Kohlrabi– Kongo Peppers–  Long Thin Cayenne Rutabaga- Marian Eggplant– Little Fingers Parsley– Italian Dark Green Flat The Rutabaga should be sown outdoors a bit later and it isn’t recommended for indoor starting.  However, I didn’t realize … Continue reading

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