Events Open to All Who Want to Build a More Livable, Resilient Region & Planet
What is good for the soil is good for our communities. That’s the theory behind a six-event discussion series, Climate and Community Resilience: Lessons from the Soil. The events will be held on six dates from late March through mid-May. […]
My asparagus bed that needs to be put to bed for the winter. Photo: N.R. Mallery
N. R. Mallery, Publisher of G.E.T.
Perennial vegetables like asparagus, horseradish, Jerusalem artichokes and rhubarb need protection over the winter to survive freezing temperatures.
Asparagus is hardy down to zone 4 and needs a little care in the […]
Stonewall Farm Hub Launch on September 21, 2018. Image: Karl Thidemann.
Julie Davenson, executive director of Stonewall Farm, a non-profit working dairy farm in Keene, NH, was researching regenerative ways to improve Stonewall’s overgrazed pastures when she happened upon the book The Soil Will Save Us, by Kirsten Ohlsen. There she learned […]
Painting by Gabriel Tempesta
By David Fried
Does this seem too good to be true? It is too good, but it is also true.
One of the magical things about planting a fruit tree is that you dig a hole and plant it, and if it likes its spot, it can […]
Small Space Gardening The Schoharie Free Library will host “Small Space Gardening” on Thursday, April 26, 6:30 p.m., 103 Knower Ave. in Schoharie. The workshop is free and open to the public. For further workshop information, call 518.295.7127 or email JMosher@mvls.info. If you’d love a garden, but you’re a little short on space or time, […]
By Mark MacDonald
Garlic is one of the most universally accepted culinary ingredients, appreciated around the world for its pungent flavor and its incredible versatility in complementing meat, vegetables, breads, and eggs. It is grown commercially all over the world, notably in China, where over 12 million tons are produced each year.
Provided below are […]
By David Fried
All over the world at this very moment friends are lifting their glasses and saying: “Skol!,” “Cheers!,” “Nazdrovia!,” or perhaps “L’chaim!”
They are not lifting a zucchini or an olive to say this, but something magical and transformative that they can drink.
We who grow and harvest fruit can have the pleasure […]
by David Fried
Sometimes what a cat likes, an insect hates.
Throughout time, people who have time outdoors have known what to plant to keep insects from biting them constantly. We seem to have forgotten some of these plants and their usefulness and ease of growing.
Growing food without poisons.Painting by Gabriel Tempesta […]
Elderberry syrup made with honey and dried elderberries.
By Kay Aihla McGrenaghan Cafasso
Permaculture design and gardening continues all year, even when the growing season is at rest. It is essential to continually ask: How we can we be more efficient with our time and energy, live with greater health consciousness, meanwhile working with […]
How to grow nutrient dense soil sprouted greens in less than 10 days
By Peter Burke.
196 pages. Chelsea Green Publishing. © 2015, $29.95
Book review by N.R. Mallery
Part of sustainability is taking responsibility and being accountable for our needs. While Green Energy Times focuses much attention on renewable energy, building efficiency, […]