Tag Archive: City gardens

The Glass Garden

How-to-Garden when you don’t have a garden————- There are a million things to love about life in Bermuda, food isn’t one of them. “Sprouting in your kitchen is like having a mini garden in… Continue reading

Food Buzz and Biz

At my new favorite place in Bermuda, Wadson Farms, you can reserve a Turkey for the holidays. Yes, I guaranteed the termination of a living creature for my dining pleasure….but HOLY BIRD, how… Continue reading

Ok, Really, Goodbye

“Thinking globally is an abstraction. What the world needs now isn’t love sweet love-that’s a slogan. What the world needs now…is more compassionate local actions: ‘Shopping at the hardware store owned by a… Continue reading

The Harvest

Fresh food rocks! We have plucked peas, gobbled blueberries & enjoyed the best mashed potatoes ever. The orchard is abundant with apples and plums & the garden offers crisp cucumbers. For fall we… Continue reading

Bye Bye Bay

It happened. Team USA successfully defended the trophy, winning the 35th America’s Cup. Those involved, including the fans, made sailing history. Go teams! So we are packed and headed home. Bye-bye Bay. An ‘I hope… Continue reading

The Waste Land

The following facts summarize a discussion about Food Waste aired this morning on NPR News. Think about it: 40% of food is wasted in the U.S. annually and 1/2 the food produced globally… Continue reading

Plant a Vegetable, Eat a Vegetable

Brought to you from St. Louis. Gateway Greening(G.G.) is responsible for over 140 garden projects throughout St. Louis. City Seeds Urban Farm, a non-profit associated with G.G., is a working example of the… Continue reading