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Organic Fertilizer Is Just One Kitty Litter Bucket Away

It is assumed that those who consider buying their groceries on the net are lazy , nor wish to head out of the house, away from their computer. This can be a misguided notion. Online food delivery is a boon for the important class today on global basis mostly helps one save time, money and go green.

Going organic is the best solution to one's problem. But what is the most effective Organic Fertilizer to take out those…

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Added by Kirsten Sue on January 4, 2017 at 1:31pm — No Comments

How Come To A Decision The Best Eye Cream For Puffiness

What if you woke up one morning, and got the shock of one's life? You observe that your age is really showing and it isn't going away with morning shower. You will be looking for the best wrinkle cream but you precisely how many choices can be bought. It can be difficult, to understand which anti aging cream really works, or will create you.

This cannot seem like a money saving idea, but it also is the actual years long keyword phrase. Drink lots water and get enough…

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Added by Blomfield Sheila on December 21, 2016 at 4:06am — No Comments

Fighting Wrinkles With A Homemade Eye Wrinkle Minimizer Cream

Bad anti wrinkle face cream companies never go broke. They make wild claims their own advertising, yet many never seem to back up the hype. Year after year, they rake in profits even though they shortchange the public. As someone who buys skincare products, exercise me mad.

I tell you this because now the wrinkles and worry lines on my forehead and mouth a lot smaller. This is because the Debonair Pure Anti Aging Formula contains…

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Added by Blomfield Sheila on December 21, 2016 at 4:05am — No Comments

Anti Aging Diet Care Facts You Must Know

Even if pores and skin looks young and healthy, decades of exposure to environmental chemicals can leave you feeling tired, drained, with a dull, dry skin and totally unsexy. "Cleansing" is a big part of treating the and skin's medical. "Whatever you take in goes through the liver, and if the liver is overloaded, it throws you off mentally and emotionally", says Doctor. Weinhold. Eat only organic foods that are free of chemical additives and preservatives, be sure that 75…

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Added by Blomfield Sheila on December 21, 2016 at 4:04am — No Comments

How To Fertilize A Garden

We are blessed in Southern Arizona with a very mild climate, that giving me guilt nowadays as I track the awful weather that is hammering the northern part of us states this month. But even up there, and all under the nation, we plenty of of an import-export food industry people today can get many foods all year long.

Best Solutions to Get Pregnant Tip #3- Start eating right. Eat lots of raw organic fruits and vegetables. Cooking destroys many valuable trace minerals, enzymes,…

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Added by Kirsten Sue on December 7, 2016 at 9:41am — No Comments

Gardening for Life and Concord Seed Lending Library Group Seed Order needs a one time coordinator of the Group FEDCO Seed Order. The more we order, the greater the discount!  The FEDCO SEED ORDER dea…

Gardening for Life and Concord Seed Lending Library Group Seed Order needs a one time coordinator of the Group FEDCO Seed Order. The more we order, the greater the discount! 

The FEDCO SEED ORDER deadline is February 12 for Gardening for Life and Community Gardens members.  

WHY FEDCO? They are a cooperative business, offer good pricing, pledge to not get seed from any source…

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Added by Debbie Barr on January 10, 2015 at 2:18pm — No Comments

Debra's Natural Gourmet Seeks a Baker

Open-Minded Natural Ingredient Baker (West Concord)



Seeking open-minded expeditious baker who isn't afraid to work with organic ingredients for excellent full time job in cozy West Concord. Commuter rail in our backyard to North Station.



We are a natural foods kitchen in a fantastic natural foods store, packaging and selling a full menu of from our deli counter and case. We make everything from scratch in small batches, from our hot soups, sandwiches, grain and green…

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Added by Concord Food Network on September 8, 2014 at 6:20am — No Comments

Special MA "Choose Fresh and Local" License Plates

The Choose Fresh &  Local  specialty license plate Initiative has Launched!

The RMV needs 1,500 advance orders to make the plates so register now.

Proceeds from sales of the plates will support New Entry Sustainable Farming  Project Beginning Farmer Network of Massachusetts and the Mass Farmers Markets.

Visit the…

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Added by Concord Food Network on September 6, 2014 at 5:29am — No Comments

Food Gardening resources now available to loan at Concord Public Library

Check out the Seed Lending Library website to visit a newly updated Gardening Resources page where a "bookcase" that now contains books to do with seed saving, gardening and the like.

If you'd like a title to be entered, email: concordseedlendinglibrary@gmail.com T

These titles are all readily available at either the Main or the Fowler Library. For more details:  …

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Added by Debbie Barr on January 9, 2014 at 2:49pm — No Comments

Concord Gardeners Cooperative 2014 calendar

The Concord Gardeners’ Cooperative

The Gardening Cooperative 2014 Calendar includes:

January: Grow Your Own Food on Jan 29, 7:30 PM, Fowler Library

February:  Joint Seed Orders for gardeners, coordinated by the Concord Seed Library

March: Climate Solutions: Eco Brain with Frances Moore Lappe'

April 27:  “Ask a Gardener” advice and hands-on demos at Musketaquid Earth Day

May:…

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Added by Debbie Barr on January 9, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Climate Solutions: Meeting the Challenge

We know that climate change is here. We see it in earlier blooming times, destructive pests new to New England and in unpredictable and devastating storms. 

Come hear this excellent speaker and local activist who brings some cool ideas for a hot planet! The event is part of a larger series: "Climate Solutions: Meeting the Challenge" that will continue in November and February. 
TOMORROW OCTOBER 25…


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Added by Debbie Barr on October 23, 2013 at 9:11am — No Comments

Climate Solutions: Meeting the Challenge

We know that climate change is here. We see it in earlier blooming times, destructive pests new to New England and in unpredictable and devastating storms. 

Come hear this excellent speaker and local activist who brings some cool ideas for a hot planet! The event is part of a larger series: "Climate Solutions: Meeting the Challenge" that will continue in November and February. …


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Added by Debbie Barr on October 23, 2013 at 9:10am — No Comments

Optimal Health Starts with a Healthy Gut

Gastrointestinal function is important for general health. The intestinal tract contains significant amounts of bacteria - some beneficial, some neutral, and some harmful. Balancing beneficial microbial flora in the gut is key in digestion, nutrient usage, and ridding the body of waste and pathogens. Poor…

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Added by Dr. Sarah Williams on October 8, 2013 at 4:07pm — No Comments

Nutrigenomics - Genetic Testing for Optimal Health

Pathway Fit® analyzes over 75 genetic markers known to impact metabolism, exercise and energy use within the human body. Through the examination of these genetic markers, which are expressed in various organs such as the brain, stomach, gut, muscle, pancreas, as well as directly in fat tissue, we are able to gain…

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Added by Dr. Sarah Williams on October 1, 2013 at 10:42am — No Comments

Greetings Garden for Life friends and fans   Thank you-- Grow your Own Part 2: Herb Cultivation and Use Thank you to Cathy Hansgate, Ladybug Farm Produce, for a terrific presentation last week on Her…

Greetings Garden for Life friends and fans

 
Thank you-- Grow your Own Part 2: Herb Cultivation and Use
Thank you to Cathy Hansgate, Ladybug Farm Produce, for a terrific presentation…
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Added by Debbie Barr on April 16, 2013 at 1:33pm — No Comments

Bionutrient Rich Crop Production Workshop, The Food Project, Dorchester, MA!

Scholarship money exists and is available for Farmers who wish to register and take the Bionutrient Rich Crop Production 2-session Workshop.  Returning students also get a discount!

Session 1 of 2: Wed., December 19, 2012

Session 2 of 2: Wed., February 27, 2013…

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Added by Gary Neves on December 13, 2012 at 10:57am — No Comments

Last year, one of our Garden/Life members alerted us to the possible closing of the  oldest seed company in America, and encouraged the purchase of their beautiful and very informative catalog of hei…

Last year, one of our Garden/Life members alerted us to the possible closing of the  oldest seed company in America, and encouraged the purchase of their beautiful and very informative catalog of heirloom and vintage seeds.

They are back with the 2013 catalog, a great resource for gardeners, and a welcomed holiday gift for gardening friends! Here are the…

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Added by Debbie Barr on November 10, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments

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