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Fruits and veggies that look weird are just as nutritious as their perfect cousins
How many times have you harvested a carrot with two legs, laughed about it, took a picture, then thrown it away? Why didn’t you eat it? It has the same nutrients as a carrot with only one leg...
Allegheny Mountain School helps create farmers for a new generation.
Everything you need to know to grow your own tomatoes this year!
Three new USDA directories help connect consumers and farmers through local food opportunities.
Learn proper storage methods from the University of Rhode Island’s Cooperative Extension.
This program in northern Kentucky is working to combat hunger by growing fresh fruits and vegetables on its 10-acre community farm.