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A Peak into the Past: historical trends of growing your own food

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Most of my friends wouldn’t know where to begin if told to grow their own food. I of course have my horticulture comrades…but those engineers; oceanographers; teachers — they’re great at their professions and have wonderful skill sets — growing just isn’t one of them! This is not an isolated example. For generations there have been those with green thumbs and those, well — without. Growing your own food and gardening has gone in and out of fashion throughout history. Gardens have Read more […]

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Across the globe urban beekeepers are popping up, more cities is the USA are legalizing the keeping of bees and the Mayor of London has set aside £ 42 000 for urban beekeeping projects. Bees are being kept on top of hotels, museums and opera houses, in back gardens in suburbia and on the roofs of businesses. The rise of urban beekeeping is no coincidence; it is a direct response to the plight of bee colonies in rural areas. In 2006 a mysterious phenomenon started to occur where entire colonies Read more […]

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