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Monthly Archives: February 2010
My first Seedy Saturday last weekend! The convention centre in Victoria was mobbed by earlybirds who arrived to browse the stands for seeds and information about all aspects of growing food and flowers. Food was big, of course, and some … Continue reading
Out at Haliburton Farm, the seedlings are growing, some of them destined for the Seedy Saturdays that have begun on Vancouver Island. The farm ducks are hard at work keeping the edible pests down… and the last of Farmer Ray’s … Continue reading
Busy times. Let’s try to catch up. A week ago last Sunday, a talk by Jon Steinman, out at Muse Winery, was an attempt to draw together the gist of several years’ worth of radio (Deconstructing Dinner). He illustrated some … Continue reading
In my continuing quest to understand the elusive factors in meat production and climate change, I came across an archived broadcast of BBC journalist Simon Parkes‘ investigation into the carbon footprint of milk in Britain. It’s an interesting story and … Continue reading