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Get the good garden dirt with Ken Druse.
Build the perfect sandwich—Saturday July 27, 2013
You won't be questioning organic after reading this list.
A family home and garden that is a model of urban permaculture.
Craig Sams hopes to make biochar a household word.
Underground since 1996, periodical cicadas hit the East Coast later this spring.
A philosophical approach to gardening seeks joy in everyday tasks and shared successes.
Climate change is bringing milder winters—plus other, less-welcome changes.
A growing natural-gas industry poses toxic challenges for organic farmers and anyone else living near a fracking operation.
Enjoy the new videos for the June July 2013 issue of Organic Gardening.
Meet six young horticulturists who are helping to shape how America gardens.
What do food labels reveal and, more importantly, what do they hide?
A resolute avoider of meat reconsiders her beliefs.
This annual list will point you to the best farmers’ markets in America.
Who is behind the recent study of organic food and why?
Pack a healthy lunch, and save a little cash: Ditch these food-industry Frankenfoods.
The New Agrarians are the next generation of organic farmers, and they need our help.
Tired of watching your grocery bill keep going up? Stop buying expensive food!
The latest organic foods study focuses on nutrition—but that’s just a small part of the story.
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