Fennel is an extremely versatile vegetable with a delicious anise flavor. You can use the bulb, fronds, and even the pollen.
All garden soil eventually gets “tired” and will need nourishment. Here are resources for filling new beds and taking care of existing ones using time tested, organic methods.
Katie has been with The Ecology Center almost from it’s beginning. She has an infectious optimism and hard work ethic that has added immense value to the village over the years.
You may notice a change in your peace pizza this week – no mozzarella cheese. COVID-19 has impacted the dairy supply chain just as it has impacted so many industries.
Broccoli raab is a delicious and slightly bitter Italian vegetable. It is closely related to broccoli, but its narrower stems and leafy greens can be cooked together without as much preparation. It can stand alone as a side dish, as part of an antipasto platter, or be tossed into a pasta.
Build your own veggie box planter and grow your own food anywhere!
Animals are the key piece to regenerative agriculture. If you can’t find animals raised with integrity, choose to opt-out.
This bright and crisp salad highlights some star vegetables of winter and is a much lighter alternative to the heavy and soggy slaws many of us associate with cabbage.
Bring the world of nature into your home with a Nature Table.
One of the great benefits of shelling beans, in addition to their ability to fix nitrogen in the soil, is that they can be harvested fresh or allowed to dry in their pods. This allows them to be stored as a year-round protein source.