This is the first in a series of food labeling articles I plan on writing over the next few months, on “factory goop”…the stuff listed on ingredient labels that we have no clue as to what they...Read More »
An enthusiastic group of gardeners attended a Vermicomposting Workshop in Parrsboro in early November, to learn the art of composting with...Read More »
“If there were no plants in the world, would...Read More »
For the past four years negotiations have been taking place between Canada and the European Union about the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). While full details of the agreement have yet to be...Read More »
The Halifax community is hungry for canning and preserving skills and we want to know what sorts of skills you’re looking for.
The Ecology Action Centre has a long history of offering food and gardening skills training to Nova...Read More »
What are bulbils?
The usual method for growing garlic is to break each bulb (the part that grows under the ground) into cloves, and...Read More »
Thanksgiving. A time of great food. My favourite food...Read More »
Today’s post was written by Sarah Dubé. Sarah is a graduate student pursuing a Master of Planning. She is passionate about food sovereignty and hopes to have an educational permaculture farm...Read More »