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Posted on February 3 at 3:17 p.m.
I love our kelp beds. Ahh the smell. Nothing do I identify more with the beach than its' natural smells. Love it!
On The Importance of Kelp
Posted on February 3 at 3:13 p.m.
I have shopped at the markets for years and love it. But I have noticed that many of the farms are the same and the prices have skyrocketed. I do feel that such fresh, wonderful produce should cost a little more. But still for a local market to keep its local members from participating is beyond me. As a customer the more farms participating in the markets increases competition, possibly lowers prices, and makes the market and it's products more vibrant and evolving. All good for the customer and the community. By restricting competition I can only see one group that benefits, the existing growers, bringing the same old stuff with little incentive to try new stuff. I will continue to shop at the markets, but will look at the "scene" through different eyes.
On Farmers Market Harvests Discontent
Posted on February 3 at 2:56 p.m.
If you are comfortable paying $5 for a head of lettuce, $75 to get your lawn mowed, $30/hour to clean your toilets, etc. we can keep them out. But if this is unreasonable, or impossible for you we have to deal with the elephant in the room. A decent middle-of-the-road law that no one is completely happy with, is better than what is currently happening. As with every aspect of politics today we need everyone to compromise.
On Sea Change for Millions?
The Young Adult Division (YAD) of the Jewish Federation presents ... Read More
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