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From spoiled food to buggy backyards, a little planning will keep your holiday weekend problem-free.
The best varieties of 2010 from the Organic Gardening test gardens
Keep your house warm, snug, and energy-efficient all winter long.
The "Shale Revolution" is overblown, two new reports suggest.
These easy drink recipes quench thirsts without adding too much sugar or calories to your barbecue menu.
Tired of watching your grocery bill keep going up? Stop buying expensive food!
Backyard hens not only provide high-quality eggs, but also serve as master gardeners, organic pest exterminators, and unpaid city workers.
You can experience the farm life without actually living on a farm.
Don’t let vague claims and lax rules ruin your favorite farmer’s market.
Your greens may be natural, but be careful what you’re using to top off that salad.
Still not sold on organic? This list will help you see the light.
With these easy safety tips, it’s the pyrotechnics you’ll always remember, not a trip to the emergency room.
With the July 4th holiday in sight, check out these tips to plan a happy and safe Independence Day.
70 Great Years, 70 Favorite Recipes from Organic Gardening
What should you do when a flock of geese takes over your lawn?
There’s a cheaper, more convenient way to get local food than heading to your farmers’ market every week.
How the future of small family farms can be secured by our veterans through a win-win mentoring operation
The author of The Botany of Desire and The Omnivore's Dilemma talks about gardening, nature, and (gasp!) why organic isn't what it's cracked up to be.
Vote with your food dollars for small, family farms.
Are you up to the task of raising backyard chickens in your town or city for fresh eggs and free soil amendments?
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