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Arable Farming

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  • Cities Must Preserve Farmland, Eat Locally

    In the next 40 years, the world will need to produce as much food as it has produced over all of human history. Across the planet, hundreds of millions of people go to bed hungry every night — and more and more of them live in cities. Tackling...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Muddy Leek gets comfortable in Culver City

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Muddy Leek gets comfortable in Culver City
    Muddy Leek is in kind of an odd location, just a block or two away from the restaurants in Culver City's Helms complex yet seemingly well outside of the area. It's part of a building that briefly served as a design museum before it was converted into...
  • Weis Markets' Towson and Woodlawn stores will open March 3

    Weis Markets' Towson and Woodlawn stores will open March 3
    Baltimore County will be getting two new Weis Markets soon -- a supermarket in Towson Place  in Towson and one on Security Boulevard in Woodlawn. Both stores will open Sunday, March 3. Weis said it invested $14 million in the more than 55,000-square...
  • SunOpta adding capacity at Upper Macungie plant

    SunOpta adding capacity at Upper Macungie plant
    SunOpta, a Canadian-based organic food company that opened a plant in Upper Macungie in August, plans to double the processing capacity at that facility. The expansion is planned for the third quarter of this year in response to high demand for flexible...
  • Maria Rodale, Chairwoman and CEO of Rodale Inc.

    Maria Rodale, Chairwoman and CEO of Rodale Inc.
    People still look at me funny when I say Rodale is headquartered in the Lehigh Valley. Sometimes I'll say Emmaus, sometimes Allentown or Bethlehem. But unless they are longtime organic gardeners or farmers, in which case Emmaus (the birthplace of the...
  • New books about edibles help Hampton Roads gardeners

    New books about edibles help Hampton Roads gardeners
    No matter how you garden — on the cheap or with wallet wide open — it's wise to garden the smart way In the edible garden, smart means finding ways to maximize your harvest and minimize your workload and planting space. These three new...
  • From the Harvest: Pumpkin that's simply great

    From the Harvest: Pumpkin that's simply great
    The pumpkin has so much more to offer than languishing on a doorstep as a jack-o'-lantern or being dumped unceremoniously into a pie for a cheap thrill at the end of Thanksgiving dinner. The culinary uses for pumpkin are as limitless as your imagination....
  • Two teens killed, one injured in car/train crash

    Two teens killed, one injured in car/train crash
    Randolph County investigators will determine if alcohol played a role in an early morning car/train crash in Farmland that killed two teenager and injured a third. Kris Kiser, 17, was at the wheel of the car as it slammed into the side of a westbound...
  • A hearty pumpkin soup

    A hearty pumpkin soup
    One of fall's many pleasures is rich, velvety pumpkin soup. Apples add a nice hint of sweetness to this recipe, which is easy to put together. This comfort soup is satisfying yet low in fat and cholesterol, and high in potassium. Tips: To cut a pumpkin,...
  • Free workshops help you garden with better success

     Free workshops help you garden with better success
    The secret to success with a happy, healthy yard is knowing what to do and what not to do. The methods you use should be based on scientific research, not marketing campaigns that push products. Virginia Cooperative Extension workshops offer some of the...
  • Halloween pumpkins meet their explosive end at Caltech

    Halloween pumpkins meet their explosive end at Caltech
    At 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, after the streets were clear of trick-or-treaters and parties were winding down, a group of Caltech students were pushing crates of frozen pumpkins up the elevator in Millikan Library. There were about 50 pumpkins of various...