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Summer gardening, workshops, farm tours and more

This is the time of year to decide on summer plans.
05/24/2012
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Shannon Carroll heads ‘Growing Success’

Gardening enthusiasts envision children learning most all subjects by planting a school garden. There is spacing between plants to decide upon and...
05/10/2012
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Community gardens grow to feed hungry

St. Luke’s garden coordinator Bill Marr is committed to sharing fresh produce with anyone in the community who has energy to help out with their expanding garden.
05/03/2012
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Lessons Learned from My Garden

Six years ago on newly acquired south-facing land, I attempted to grow a good variety in my small garden.

After purchasing grow lights, I...
04/26/2012
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Local Chefs for Local Food

This winter, High Country gardeners and farmers have been growing cold-tolerant vegetables, such as greens, lettuce and radishes in green houses or...
04/19/2012
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Wheat flour terms demystified

During a recent cooking class, I was asked about the difference between wheat flours.
04/05/2012
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Watauga third-graders complete eight-week nutrition course

You’ve decided to purchase the healthiest breakfast cereal available. But reading the nutrition fact labels only confuse you. Just ask a third...
03/29/2012
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March is National Nutrition Month

With warm weather approaching, the thought of pulling out my summer wardrobe is a motivator to pay attention to how much I’m putting on my plate....
03/15/2012
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Community Care Clinic clients cook smart, eat smart

Volunteers and staff at the Community Care Clinic know that healthy lifestyle choices make a huge difference in quality of life, health and reduction of health care costs.
03/08/2012
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Sign-up deadlines approaching for CSA shares

Several farms in the region are now offering a limited number of “shares” in a Community Supported Agriculture model.
03/01/2012
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Young children eat smart, move more at area day cares

Programs assisted by mini-grants through Appalachian District Health
02/23/2012
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Let’s Get Creative

Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture offers tour of Ashe County commercial kitchen Saturday
02/16/2012
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Slow Food Boone offers Indian cooking demonstration Sunday

Lacking a bonafide Indian restaurant in Boone, local fans of the spicy cuisine will have a chance to learn about preparation methods this weekend.
02/09/2012
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National Wear Red Day Feb. 3

Day for awareness educates women about heart disease
02/02/2012
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Farm Incubator and Grower project launched

Farming for a living in the High Country just became more feasible.

This month, Maverick Farms, in partnership with Appalachian State...
01/26/2012
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Reducing Povery and Hunger in Appalachia

Heifer International works around the world to end poverty and hunger, and is now launching a pilot project to do so in our region.

Poverty...
01/19/2012
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Ready to shed a few pounds?

January is the traditional time to think about losing weight or improving one’s lifestyle. If you are overweight, it’s healthier to stay the...
01/12/2012
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Staying fit in winter requires a plan

For many of us, it’s easy to be active on warm, sunny days.
01/05/2012
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Holiday traditions, family dinners nourish relationships

This week abounds with holiday traditions. Purchasing last-minute gifts and wrapping them, cooking favorite foods to share at parties with friends, enjoying a traditional holiday meal; the list goes on and on.
12/22/2011
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Dairy Foods

With social season upon us, eggnog, cheese balls, and baked goods are often within reach. I’ve noticed several friends avoiding dairy foods and...
12/15/2011

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