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Archive for April 14th, 2012


Tunnel of Veg

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Sure, eating locally is easy in places like California where there is practically a year-round growing season. And while it will never be California in the Delaware Valley, Penn State University says a simple structure known as a High Tunnel can add months of productivity to rural and urban farms. Discover how this technique is being used to provide not only food to our neighborhoods, but also nutrition and education programs.


Grilled Sesame Chicken Breasts

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Recipe By Chef Jim Coleman
Longer days and warmer weather mean it’s time to finally crank up the grill! Cook off some extra chicken for the week’s salads or sandwiches.




Vital Signs Ep. 1 – Part 4

September 19th, 2011

Noelle Dames looks to extending the Greensgrow LIFE program. While, Joseph Mitsouras and his family preserve their share.



Vital Signs Ep. 1 – Part 3

September 12th, 2011

Joseph Mitsouras shares how his family includes children in meal planning.




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Move Over, Kale Chips! Kale Buds Are Here

By Lari Robling - April 18th, 2012

High Tunnel farming caught my eye because its extended growing season adds to the amount of local produce we get. While farm manager Aviva Asher was tidying up the winter crop to make way for spring, I discovered another benefit of local growing: use what you’ve got.

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