Aug 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
August and September are payoff time for vegetable growers. However, this is the time when hot and humid conditions promote insect or disease problems; so keep monitoring plants.
Pantry RaidAug 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
…cooking or canning tomatoes actually increases the amount of lycopene – a super anti-oxidant that’s shown to protect against certain types of cancer.
Passing gradesAug 1st, 2009 by Liz Setterfield
I realized that there were more standards in place for dog food than there were for our own kids
Green CorpsAug 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Shenstone is very excited about her future and says Green Corps has prepared her well to assume other environmentally-focused posts.
TidbitsAug 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
We are fighting for food security from an industrial agriculture system that is destroying our health and the health of our ecosystems; for a connection to (the) cycle of life, and good, tasty food … from garden to plate.
Baloney on WryAug 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
When not galloping in figure-eights around the backyard, she was collapsed in her bed, head hanging off the edge, a fine thread of drool hanging from one floppy lip.
Jul 26th, 2009 by Dave Reid
Urban Milwaukee’s Upcoming Events & Meetings Calendar should help you keep up to date on important events effecting our neighborhoods, the City of Milwaukee, and our region. July 27, 2009 Special Finance & Personnel Committee Meeting July 27, 2009 9:00 am The Finance and Personnel Committee considers appropriations, finances, taxation, revenues, labor relations, personnel, pensions […]
Baloney on WryJul 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
We may as well make room for the animal neighbors.
Simply healthJul 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Salt is cheap, makes most foods taste better, extends shelf life, and hides the artificial taste of processed food.
From the editorJul 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Pioneers. Dreamers. Idea people. Idealists. In fits and starts, in great successes and blinding failures both, they move us all forward.
Jul 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Will Allen just might be the Johnny Appleseed of the next food revolution
TidbitsJul 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Sweet Water Organics angling to grow fresh fish - and a healthier community - on the city's south side