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Chicago Honey Co-Op talks a bit about how their honey is produced;
Chicago’s 61st Street Community Garden is at risk;
greenbuildingsNYC has an article on re-thinking the urban garden;
City Diggity has an post about growing kitchen herbs;
Evanston mayoral candidates discuss green policy;
Homegrown Evolution points to some self-irrigating planter resources;
Good Food For All has a write-up about the recent “Forgotten Fruit Summit”, held last month in Madison, Wisc.;
The Slow Cook announced McDonald’s plans to evaluate the use of pesticides on the potatoes they purchase;
Sweet Home and Garden Chicago has some tips for “garden stretching”‘;
Growing Home announces their new season of job training, gives kudos to Green Grocer’s support of local organic produce; and gives us a photo tour of their Les Brown Farm, along with some photos of the newest additions to the farm.