High on the Winter To-Do List? Gardening Recordkeeping

 
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Ode to Not Just Any Goat

Seasonal Cooking with Rita Calvert~The Local Cook     As the story goes, there are always challenges on a farm. When you come to know a farm, you are part of …
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Plant of the Month: Winterberry Holly

 
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As Comfy As it Gets + 'Food Rules'

Seasonal Cooking with Rita Calvert~The Local Cook       As the grip of a chilling winter wraps around us, hibernation becomes a viable escape-but not …
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More Cool Visitors who Blog, Photograph and Video

  Cool Visitors It was great fun to discover customers' videos, photos and stories of their holiday visits to Homestead, and we thank them for their visits and …
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A Year of Sustainable Food and What's Next?

Seasonal Cooking with Rita Calvert~The Local Cook     Raising Awareness Homestead Gardens increased their food growing fields and greenhouses dramatically …
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A Holiday Time for Sharing Food

Seasonal Cooking with Rita Calvert~The Local Cook Glories of the Snow Sharing Fabulous Food and Art First for the 'sharing', indulge yourself in a bit of …
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For Gardening in Winter, Watch Paul James on HGTV

I hope you all get basic cable because gardening shows are a great lifeline for us gardening addicts trying to survive the winter.  So I'll be covering the …
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It's About the Cookies!

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Winter Workshops Are Posted - Mark Your Calendars

Workshops   Workshop Schedule This year Homestead Gardens is offering 26 winter workshops!  Sign up for three workshops by December 31 and the fourth one is …
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How Green Are Cut Christmas Trees? Very!

by Guest Blogger Jade L. Blackwater, author of the  Arboreality Blog While perusing Christmas trees at our local Linvilla Orchards this season, I heard an …
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All About Forcing Paperwhites

 
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