World Bee Day & The Importance of Our Pollinators

Your first memory of bees as a child may be of frantically running and screaming on the playground out of fear of being stung by a yellow and black buzzing creature. Maybe you escaped the ordeal or perhaps you were the target of an angry insect that day, or maybe you...

National Native Plant Month

As you drive through your neighborhood or stroll through a park, do you ever notice the native plants? No, not the tulips, hostas or ornamental trees, but the wildflowers, shade trees, and generally (now) uncommon plant world. Don’t feel bad if you haven’t admired our...

Winter Produce Storage Tips

Photo via The Seasonal Homestead A plentiful fall garden harvest means extra produce to last you throughout the winter – if you store it correctly. The storing of produce relies entirely on being in the right temperature, and receiving the correct amount of...

How to Have a More Sustainable Spooky Season

Who doesn’t love autumn, right? The leaves are nice and crunchy, the air is cool and crispy, and everyone gets a chance to dress as their favorite superhero, animal, or pun. But how much of that ends up in the trash? In 2019, an environmental charity in the UK...

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

What first began as a counter-celebration to Columbus Day in 1992, Indigenous Peoples’ Day was created to celebrate and honor Native American history and culture, in an attempt to redirect the attention from celebrating Christopher Columbus, who contributed to...

What’s in Season?: Fall Edition

The leaves in the valley are beginning to change, and so is the seasonality of produce available at the market! Typically when we think of autumn produce, we think of apples, pumpkins, and squash. Lucky for us ohioans, there’s actually a rather large abundance...

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