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San Luis Obispo
Front Yard Forager: Identifying, Collecting, and Cooking the 30 Most Common Urban Weeds
A Backyard Farm Evolves in Seattle #urbanfarming #backyardgoats
10 Tips for the Beginning Gardener—What I Learned in Year One by Meredith Swinehart
Urban Farmers Barter and Party 10/27/13
Jeffrey gives water to his chickens with these chicken waterer cups that gives clean fresh water without wasting it. #backyardchickens #urbanfarming
Jeffrey and Kathryn Crinklaw's Garden Coop #backyardchickens #urbanfarm
Fall Tasks: Ditch Disease, Plant Alliums, Sheet-mulch a New Bed #coolseasongardener
Quick Guide to Planting Garlic
Harvesting and Storing Winter Squash
Brad Dunks' Rooftop Garden in Vancouver || click image to read more at backyardrootsbooks.com
South Lake Union
Two buildings in Seattle's South Lake Union feature rooftop gardens for apartment dwellers #urbangarden
Sidewalk Gardening with Diana Vergis Vinh || backyardrootsbook.com
Delectable Greens for Fall, Winter
Beyond the Leaf: Other Fall-planted Vegetables
Vegetable Frost Tolerance Guide
The Farm Wife Mystery School is a hands-on, participatory class that meets the second Sunday of the month from October 2013 to June 2014, from 10 am to 4 pm
The Final Fall Plantings || Coolseasongardener.com
How to control leaf miners when planting fall items like spinach, beats and chard by Cool Season Gardener >>
Mustard Greens for Fall
Living Off The Land
Farming with Children: Thoughts from a Novice Homesteader
Yolanda Burrell’s Front Yard Farm and New Farm Store in Oakland, CA
A typical household could save 1500 pounds of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere by hanging out clothes.
Poppies gone to seed. Dried seed heads are full of tiny black seeds that can be shaken out and saved for planting later.
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