Category Archives: urban agriculture

 

Poets in Paris

So finally the Iambic Cafe dusts itself off and drags itself to its weary feet, slightly jetlagged but coming round. Sunday’s arrival in London was enlivened by the rather leisurely delivery of my baggage, but after that it was clear … Continue reading

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ASLE 2013 – and I’d never been to Kansas

I arrived on the heels of a big thunderstorm that flooded basements and washed the place clean before disappearing off to neighbouring states. The air is still heavy with heat and humidity, and more storms are forecast but so far … Continue reading

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Full steam ahead: a week of talks!

Lots going on this week. If you’re in town I hope you can make it to one or more of these different events! On Tuesday evening, March 19, look for me in Fernwood, where I’m talking urban agriculture at Fernwood … Continue reading

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Seedy, raw community

It was an intense ag-food weekend starting with Seedy Saturday at the Victoria Conference Centre. Many were the crowds, nigh on as numerous as the seeds on sale, and much was the diversity on offer. I was helping out at … Continue reading

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Laughing oysters, food forests and a trip to Bellingham

Last weekend I happened upon this rather lovely book display in the window of the Laughing Oyster book store in Courtenay. I’m keeping good company! This afternoon I go head-to-head with the Superbowl, whatever that might be, giving a book … Continue reading

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