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In My Tabs

June 15, 2012

Here are a few links I have been reading:

I have really been enjoying this blog series at La Vida Locavore, a travel journal through Kenya.

I am fascinated by this Furoshiki chart.

Dana Goodyear writes a great article for The New Yorker about raw milk and single utter butter. So Happy I was able to find it online. I am always so disappointed when I know that someone needs to read an article I read two months ago and forgot to clip.

Henbogle is camping across the US this summer; I had no idea until today and am excited to read along.

Neverseconds will be blogging again on Monday. The ban is lifted.



I found a secret garden

October 24, 2009

one day while sitting still

Urban Gardening

July 31, 2009

Here are a couple of pictures of a manhattan indoor garden.

June 10, 2009

Greenhorns website

Sweetness and Blight
Why is the FDA unwilling to study evidence of mercury in high-fructose corn syrup?

NYT A Green Revolution for Africa?

Eating Well on a Dollar a Day

A Rooftop Farm for the Future

Lose the Traffic. Keep That Times Square Grit.

Entry level jobs for new college grads

Botanical Garden Aide (Horticulture – Position Application Number: H-1488):

Empire State Building gets eco-makeover
Iconic skyscraper to slash energy use by 40%

Living Physics
From green leaves to bird brains, biological systems may exploit quantum phenomena

World’s cheapest car, $2,500 Tata Nano, coming to U.S. in three years

Farm or Die – A Revised Manifesto

farm or die – a revised manifesto

Five Farms w/ audio

Why We Farm, A Young Farmer’s Manifesto

“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.” Masanobu Fukuoka

May 22, 2009

Plants For A Future

What You Don’t Know Makes You Nervous

Fund for the Public Interest

The Horticultural Society of New York

Food Companies Are Placing the Onus for Safety on Consumers

What Makes Us Happy?

New York’s Green Plan Draws on Global Solutions

U. S. Food and Drug Administration
Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
May 1995; Revised March 1997; Revised May 1998;
(Minor Editorial Edits, February 2005 & June 2005, September 2005, November 2005)

May 17, 2009

For Urban Gardeners, Lead Is a Concern

When ‘Local’ Makes It Big

A River (Slowly) Reclaimed

Industry Looks to LED Bulbs for the Home

Michael Pollan On Marketing Food

Fight Back Fridays May 15th

New York’s Green Plan Draws on Global Solutions

The Maggots in Your Mushrooms

100 Pounds of Leftovers
Buying and eating an entire side of beef

Will Running Barefoot Cure What Ails Us?

My New Pets

May 7, 2009

I just watched this video
gardening in texas