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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
By David Fried
What if you could grow nine types of fruits and nuts in the space that you would need to turn around with your arms outstretched? If you have one spot in your yard where you can do this and it gets at least one half to three quarters of a day of […]
Low-maintenance elderberries for an effortless, bountiful harvest.
Fruit of the native elderberry. Photo by D. Fried.
By David Fried of Elmore Roots
Using our experience from 36 years of growing elderberries on a rugged hillside, in Elmore, Vermont, Zone 3, we offer this effortless recipe for a successful start to a fruitful ending, […]
Winning poster design by Yessi Budisari of West Indonesia. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Composting Council.
Across the USA, events featuring food scrap diversion, organics recycling, and the use of compost as a solution to soil and water challenges worldwide will be the focus of celebration for International Compost Awareness Week, May 1-7, […]
By Courtney White (Chelsea Green Publishing, May 2014, 272 pages, Paperback $19.95)
Book Review by Jennifer Highland
When was the last time you saw a book about climate change that featured the word “hope”? That alone is good reason to read this book and share it with everyone you know. Author Courtney White is so […]
The founder of GardenMats, Peter Comart, proudly stands in his own weed-free garden that has produced a bountiful garden paradise. Courtesy photo
By N. R. Mallery
I love to garden, and grow about 80% of what I eat. But I am also a very busy person, and I find it very […]
By Dr. Alan K. Betts
When the Earth becomes vibrant again with life in spring, we welcome the change, and many feel a surge of joy and gratitude. I know that spring is very early this year – the daffodils bloomed in Pittsford in March, the earliest date ever. This is no surprise as winters […]
LITTLETON, N.H.— Join the Littleton Food Co-op, the University of New Hampshire Master Gardeners and the Earth Day Network in celebrating the 46th anniversary of Earth Day on Sunday April 24 from 11 am – 1 pm at the Littleton Co-op in Littleton, NH. This year’s celebration is focused on an ambitious goal set forth […]