Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fried Green Tomatoes

photos courtesy of Hallie Gluk While pruning back the behemoth tomatoes, I discovered some baby cherry tomatoes. I fried some up for the Crafts House, a co-op that serves free vegetarian dinners every night at 6 (You should go!) Since … Continue reading

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Farming around the world

This summer, I spent six weeks working on organic farms in Italy through WWOOF, an organization that allows members to find work on farms around the world. I stayed on 4 different farms, and each provided me with a unique … Continue reading

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Some Food Made with Garden Goods!

Sooooo I am bit late on blogging but I some examples of what can/ has been made with garden. The first thing I enjoyed was the spring crop of salad greens we had. We got a spicy spicy mix from … Continue reading

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Check out the TSC blog for updates on ways to be sutainable!

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Club and class… UNITE!

This Saturday, in the beautiful fall weather, the garden club joined forces with the Tufts Ex-College class: Introduction to Sustainable Food Systems. The class is taught by Mari Pierce-Quinonez and Jeff Hake, both of whom have received master’s degrees from … Continue reading

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Weekly Meetings!

Weekly meetings to be held on Wednesdays at 9pm in Eaton 203 starting September 21! Workday this Saturday, Sept 17 at 10 am-12pm. Help the Sustainable Food Systems class build raised beds!

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