Monthly Archives: April 2018

Made to order canning anyone?

As the 2018 growing season begins – indoors at this point with little pepper and tomato seedlings sprouting (yeah!) amongst others, ideas have been circulating about how to garner some additional income with all my labour to produce food with the … Continue reading

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To hemp or not to hemp – Part 2

The journey continues into the modern and historical world of hemp. One important factor I figured out relatively quickly was the following. As my focus is on the small scale, grassroots, community level in whatever issue, I couldn’t help but … Continue reading

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