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FIELD NOTES
By Natalie Forstbauer, Feed the soul of your community through your actions, thoughts, deeds, and presence.
TOP 10 WAYS TO FEED THE SOUL OF YOUR COMMUNITY
By Nicolette Richer, Certified Regenerative Health Educator and Lara Goodwin
HOT HARVEST - BUY LOCAL
NATURAL DYES: BOTANICAL PRINTS FROM THE FLOWER GARDEN
By Darcy Smith, Experience a vibrant, layered, and compelling world of extracting colour from plant materials for your own printing on cloth or paper.
REACH OUT IN HARD TIMES
By Natalie Forstbauer, When you are immersed in difficulty, know you are not alone.
GLOBAL CELEBRATION
Levenvale Farm, Buena Fruta Farm, Alderspring Ranch, and REFARMERS share celebrations of community.
CO-CREATING WITH NATURE: HOW TO WORK WITH A PLANTING CALENDAR
By Kathryn Aunger and Rosemary Tayler, Earth Haven Learning Centre The Celestial Planting Calendar offers the practicalities of working with nature to increase yields. Organized to make planning easy.
INTERVIEW WITH CELESTIAL PLANTING CALENDAR CREATORS
Kathryn Aunger and Rosemary Tayler demonstrate the Celestial Planting Calendar and share the advantages of using it throughout the year.
REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE: INTERVIEW WITH DR. ELAINE INGHAM
Maximize the diversity of your soil structure for water retention, stabilizing land, and feeding plants in a variety of conditions with world-renowned soil biologist Dr. Elaine Ingham.
DIRECT MARKETING FOR FARMERS
By Natalie Forstbauer, Connect with your community and offer your goods and services with these specific tips.
GRAINS OF COMMUNITY: INCLUDING WITH INTERVIEW WITH LEYNA LIGHTMAN
Interview with Leyna Lightman: How to prepare for your next conference. Grains of Community: By Leyna Lightman, Conferences and gatherings offer more than new information. Cultivate a culture of openness and experience the power of relationship-building.
QUOINS ORGANIC VINEYARD - LITTLE ASHLEY, UK
Certified organic and biodynamic, Quoins Organic Vineyard produces award-winning wines from grape varieties chosen for their disease-resistance and climate compatibility.
HOPESTILL FARM - SHERBORN, MASSACHUSETTS, USA
Hopestill Farm shares the joy of farming organic Christmas trees and seasonal produce.
SOIL-TO-TABLE FARM FEATURE: NUTRIENT DENSE FARM
With tenacity and resilience, Stefan Butler and Lindsay Cornwell farm biodynamically without the stability of land ownership. INTERVIEW WITH NUTRIENT DENSE FARM Stefan Butler and Lindsay Cornwell share their journey of finding land, overcoming farming hardships, and building community.
GARDENING HACKS
Leaves are nature’s mulch. Dehydrate your excess vegetables and fruit. Store your tomato abundance for months.
GARDEN FRESH RECIPE: FESTIVE KALE SALAD
By Natalie Forstbauer, Beautiful kale salad with cranberries, toasted pecans, and roasted squash.
QUILTS: COMFORT WRAPPERS
By Janice Smith The soul-filling fibre art of quilting.
BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM WITH CULTURED FOODS
By Donna Schwenk, Cultured Food Life Good microbes in your gut are essential for a healthy immune system. Learn to enhance your health with probiotic cultured foods. INTERVIEW WITH DONNA SCHWENK Food can be a powerful medicine. Explore fermenting in your own kitchen to detox and build your immunity.
GARDEN FRESH RECIPE: ZUCCHINI SWEET POTATO CULTURED VEGETABLES
By Donna Schwenk, Cultured Food Life A creative and delicious recipe to boost your immunity.
HEALTHY HARVEST: HOW REGENERATIVE HEALTH CONNECTS TO REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE
By Rita Jean Flemming Explore six foundational pillars of regenerative health.
HEALTH IN A HURRY Enjoy your people.
GARDEN FRESH RECIPE: VEGAN MEXICAN LAYERED DIP
Lisa Jendza, Freedom Kitchen Enjoy this fresh vegan take on a classic dip.
MEET BC ASSOCIATION OF FARMERS’ MARKETS
By Natalie Forstbauer This leading authority shares their effective system for supporting and mentoring successful farmers’ markets that engage communities and uplift local economies.
INTERVIEW WITH HEATHER O’HARA, BCAFM
Heather O’Hara shares what makes BCAFM successful for the soul of the community, along with tips for successful selling at a farmers’ market.
HEART & SOIL COMMUNITY FEATURE: RITA JEAN FLEMMING
Six Tips to Stay Healthy Through the Holidays
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