Autumn is here! And along with the abundance of the harvest season and cooler night temperatures is the part that no one looks forward to: cold and flu season. The good news is that there are plenty of preventative steps you can take to avoid getting sick.
More than two-thirds of the world's crops rely on insects for pollination. Honey bees and other native pollinators provide this indispensable service that the human population, as well as birds and other mammals, depend on for food. But these helpful invertebrates are disappearing.
As the kids head back to school and the days get shorter, you might feel pressed for time and healthy dinner ideas. Let us help!
As harvest season kicks into full gear, many gardeners begin to gather more produce than they can eat from their gardens. Family, friends, and neighbors are often the lucky recipients of the extra abundance. But what do you do when everyone is overly saturated with the goodness of locally grown fruits and veggies?