My mother's lessons in the garden, and my eventual understanding of the soul that is in gardening.
What you need to know about starting a farmers’ market.
Growing squash is easy and there are many summer and winter varieties to grow and cook with.
Readers share stories of food preservation methods.
Great-Great-Grandmother shares how generations of her family has continued the tradition of preserving food.
Reader tells of life during the Great Depression and how food preservation was necessary for survival.
A couple shares canning recipes made with fresh produce from the garden and fruit trees.
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