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Recycling is great, especially when you can recycle your food. Stop throwing those old scraps away, because believe it or not, those veggies can be regrown! Here are 22 foods that magically regrow, you’ll never have to buy celery again!

22 Food Scraps that Magically Regrow

Recycling is great, especially when you can recycle your food. Stop throwing those old scraps away, because believe it or not, those veggies can be regrown! Here are 22 foods that magically regrow, you’ll never have to buy celery again!

Starting a market gardening business from the ground up, includes how to grow and sell produce for profit, garden size for market, where to sell your produce and planning planting dates. Originally published as

Starting a Market Gardening Business From the Ground Up - Organic Gardening

Starting a market gardening business from the ground up, includes how to grow and sell produce for profit, garden size for market, where to sell your produce and planning planting dates. Originally published as

#NationalGeographic: It’s the biggest global #agriculture story: the quest to turn sub-Saharan #Africa—one of the planet’s hungriest places—into a breadbasket for the #world. Can Africa’s fertile farmland feed the world? #FutureofFood Why the biggest corporations are grabbing up land on the planet’s hungriest continent? #Farming #LandGrabs

#NationalGeographic: It’s the biggest global #agriculture story: the quest to turn sub-Saharan #Africa—one of the planet’s hungriest places—into a breadbasket for the #world. Can Africa’s fertile farmland feed the world? #FutureofFood Why the biggest corporations are grabbing up land on the planet’s hungriest continent? #Farming #LandGrabs

Places to see in ( Baiona - Spain )  Baiona is a municipality in Galicia Spain in the province of Pontevedra. Baiona is a tourist town with a medieval historical center situated by the outlet of the Vigo Bay. Other than tourism the major economic activities revolve around fishing.  In 1474 the Baiona was seized by Don Pedro Alvarez de Soutomaior also known as Pedro Madruga Count of Caminha. On March 1 1493 the Pinta one of the ships from Columbus' voyage to the New World returned to Europe…

Places to see in ( Baiona - Spain ) Baiona is a municipality in Galicia Spain in the province of Pontevedra. Baiona is a tourist town with a medieval historical center situated by the outlet of the Vigo Bay. Other than tourism the major economic activities revolve around fishing. In 1474 the Baiona was seized by Don Pedro Alvarez de Soutomaior also known as Pedro Madruga Count of Caminha. On March 1 1493 the Pinta one of the ships from Columbus' voyage to the New World returned to Europe…

Sheep have lived on the Shetland Islands for well over 1,000 years, adapting to the harsh environment and thriving in the cold, wet climate. The sheep of Shetland were an important par of subsistence agriculture of the islands, and the rugged habitat and geographical isolation produced a breed that is distinct and significant. The Shetland breed likely descends from ancient Scandinavian sheep, and it is a member of the northern short tailed sheep breed family.

Sheep have lived on the Shetland Islands for well over 1,000 years, adapting to the harsh environment and thriving in the cold, wet climate. The sheep of Shetland were an important par of subsistence agriculture of the islands, and the rugged habitat and geographical isolation produced a breed that is distinct and significant. The Shetland breed likely descends from ancient Scandinavian sheep, and it is a member of the northern short tailed sheep breed family.

EthiopiaThe Arbore are a group of about 4000 people and subsist as agropastoralists. Their most important possession is their cattle. Their agriculture (maize and sorghum) which together with animal husbandry is vital for their subsistence is maintained by an elaborate irrigation system alongside the River Woyto. The Arbore possess detailed knowledge of botanical species, distinguishing between 130 different kinds of sorghum. During the annual dry season, they regularly supply their…

EthiopiaThe Arbore are a group of about 4000 people and subsist as agropastoralists. Their most important possession is their cattle. Their agriculture (maize and sorghum) which together with animal husbandry is vital for their subsistence is maintained by an elaborate irrigation system alongside the River Woyto. The Arbore possess detailed knowledge of botanical species, distinguishing between 130 different kinds of sorghum. During the annual dry season, they regularly supply their…

Front Yard Farm--How charming! wish more places would be so welcoming to the idea

Urban Homesteading: Backyards, Bees and Chickens

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