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Preserving the Harvest Chat Transcript

Probably my favourite part about giving presentations and running workshops is the one-on-one chatting that happens with fellow gardeners and aspiring gardeners afterward. I love those moments connecting directly with other people who share the same excitement and passion. I love hearing about what they’re doing and the look of satisfaction on their faces is

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Let’s Talk About Preserving the Harvest

Wondering what to do with the various and sundry bits that remain in the late season garden? Join me on Twitter tomorrow night where I’ll be guest hosting Seed Chat for an hour on the topic of preserving the harvest. Be sure to pre-submit your question through the Seed Chat form to ensure that your

Georgia (Alas, Without Peaches)

Just a heads up to say that I’m going to be speaking at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens in just a few weeks. I am very much looking forward to this first trip to Georgia, although I have been forewarned that I will miss the peach season that is practically synonymous with the state. For the

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Speaking at the Denver Botanic Gardens

Hello. How are you? It’s been quiet here for a bit. Deadlines and such. I will probably be a little light on posting for a while longer, but I am just over the hump. I’m gonna make it after-all! Perhaps when this is all said and done I should make a trip to Minnesota just

Art in Bloom

Hey Milwaukee! I have recently arrived in your fair city to give a presentation on food growing as a part of this year’s Art in Bloom exhibition at the Milwaukee Art Museum. I can’t wait to head over to the gallery later today to check it out. The architecture is crazy! The newest wing looks

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Greetings from Sunny & Oh So Warm Florida

I’m at Disney World right now, where I will be giving talks on growing delicious and gorgeous food in small spaces until Thursday afternoon as a part of the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival. Yes, you read that correctly. You are not hallucinating. Or perhaps you are? Or perhaps I am. Maybe those bottles of

Our New TV Show Needs Your Help

Hello Friends, This isn’t the sort of thing I normally post, or would make public so early in the process, but I need some help so here it goes… I am working with a team to create a new television program (I am the host) and we need to shoot some footage. Unfortunately, it is

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Spigarello Leaf Broccoli

Photo of me in my community garden taken by Davin Risk. Spigarello aka Spigariello is an old Italian heirloom leafy green that I grew last year. Some refer to it as broccoli rabe and others call it “leaf broccoli.” Both descriptions are apt. I’d put it somewhere between kale and broccoli. The plant grows just

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Seedy Sunday Toronto

It’s that time of year, again. Seedy Saturday and Sunday events have begun across Canada in anticipation of the gardening season. In case you missed it, the Toronto event (this Sunday!) is earlier this year, and they’ve broken it up into three locations across the Greater Toronto Area in an attempt to manage crowds. Check

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House of Hope Update

Yesterday, my friend Celia visited the House of Hope in Dominica. She and her husband Paul took photos of the visit and shot a video to give us a closer look. House of Hope from Paul Crask on Vimeo. The following photos are of the organic food garden that is in progress on the property.

And the winner is…..

Thanks so much to everyone who donated to the House of Hope Drive, promoted it on their blog, retweeted etc. The total is going to convert to around $3000 EC (Eastern Caribbean Dollars). Really, really fantastic!! I’ll have an update from Celia next week with photos.

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House of Hope Drive Update

Hello Friends, Just a reminder that the House of Hope Drive is on until Saturday when I’ll be drawing a name for the prize. We’re currently up to $1, 130, which is crazy INCREDIBLE! Thanks so much for contributing! My friend Celia, who lives in Dominica, is going to be visiting the House of Hope

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