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Seeds for the 2012 Growing Season

These photos are what $100 worth of seeds looks like (as ordered from High Mowing, Comstock Ferre, and Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds).  As I pause to think on this snowy New England day about the joy my garden will bring me daily beginning in mid-May (knees and hands in dirt!) my thoughts are also with those family farmers fighting Monsanto in a court case to protect them from genetic trespass by Monsanto’s GMO seed.  Monsanto is trying to destroy family farming and pollute America’s food system. I don’t think you have to be a farmer or a foodie to appreciate this plight. I do and I am very thankful for my (for now) protected space to grow fresh, healthy food the way the environment not a board of uneducated overweight suits dictates.

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  1. [...] afterwards a cup of coffee at Claire’s Restaurant.  High Mowing is the source of many of my seeds for the 2012 extension of the organic edible garden out back. Read more about High Mowing and [...]

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