organic farming

Farmed & Dangerous By Edith Maxwell: Review/Guest Post/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy
& Edith Maxwell


This week we have a review of Farmed & Dangerous, the new local foods mystery by Edith Maxwell. Since organic farming plays a part in this series, Edith is also sharing with us a guest post on organic farming. At the end of this post are details on how to win a copy of the book, along with a link to purchase the book where a portion goes to help support KRL & an indie bookstore.

Healthy Eating in Fresno

by Tom Sims


You can eat healthy food in the Fresno/Clovis area and it is easier than you think.
If you want to go to the bottom line of healthy eating, get down to earth. I mean real earth, dirt. Compost organic material and cultivate your own soil. Buy good seeds, plant and grow your own organic garden. If you have a yard, you can have a mini-farm. If you have a patio, you can have some plants.

Downtown Goes Out-of-Town for a “Picnic”

by Tom Sims



Downtown Fresno and the Tower District are homes to some of the most serious “foodies” in the country, especially when it comes to healthy, natural, wholesome organic food. Among those who inhabit her byways are leaders in the new food culture of wellness and health through good eating. That is why it was not surprising that several weeks ago, the brightest and best caravanned to the country for a “get-out-of-town” event in the country, where mouths were watering and minds were being fed. It was the 6th Annual Organic Stone Fruit Jubilee.

Out of the Frying Pan: Poppy Markham Culinary Cop Mystery: Review/Guest Post/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow
& Robin Allen



This week we have a review of a fun culinary mystery that involves not only food, but a different twist, the main character is vegan. The author Robin Allen also shares about a guest post about organic farming and community-supported agriculture. At the end of this post you will find details on how to win a copy of this book.

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