Graphics: Looking for a cool logo or other graphic
art needs? Sketchpad Graphics will create custom graphics
successfully for your business or personal needs through
client communication and collaboration. Professional design
services for print & web media. It has been said,
"Don't tell me the sky's the limit when there are
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Gardener Newsmagazine: Colorado Gardener provides
their readers with the ideas, information, resources,
inspiration and sense of humor needed to grow ornamental and
edible plants successfully in our fast changing,
unpredictable climate. They emphasize waterwise and
environmentally sound practices. For those of us who garden
in the challenging Western climates this magazine is a
treasure trove of information. Our staff here at Golden
Harvest Organics loves Colorado Gardener so much we save our
copies for reference and just the joy of reading some of the
wonderful articles again. Do check out there website. If you
are not in the distribution area you can subscribe for a
Vista Farm: What a cool place to go to school!
Founded in 1974, Loma Vista Farm has been making a
difference in Vallejo and Solano County for more than three
decades by providing school children with enhanced academic
and hands on eco-literacy learning in a farm setting.
The Friends of Loma Vista Farm is a community-based
nonprofit organization established in 2003. Be sure to visit
page with Rita's monthly tips. Along with the
greenhouse the farm includes a one-acre organic garden, a
kitchen, 100 livestock and poultry. They even have some
resident peacocks to help with bug control.
A gardening forum where members can trade plants and
seeds and organize community swap meets.
Community Garden Network:
The Toronto Community
Garden Network (TCGN) is made up of interested and energetic
individuals and Perth
Dupont Community Garden: Visit this site to be learn about
this gorgeous community garden founded by a multi-cultural group
of gardeners with ethnic and lifestyle diversity.
Why, How & What to Compost
A composting infographic from Avant Garden Decor
Compost Guide - A complete
guide to composting for the yard and garden.
Compost Resource Page: For the
beginner to the experienced composter: help for all.
Master Composter: FAQs & Bulletin Board
Environmental Defense Fund: Formed in 1967 to fight
the use of DDT (remember that noxious stuff?) is still going and over 300,00 strong now!
Check out their site to see what issues are at hand.
Non-profit organization Helping individuals and organizations
care for our environment for more than 20 years. Check out their
all know who they are. Some say they go too far. We think they
have tremendous fortitude as an organization to fight for what
they think is right.
in Labeling Campaign See what the latest truth in labeling topic is.
This is a fascinating site. You will find things that shock you
about additives in food.
"You Can Grow" using organic gardening as a medium for creative
expression, sustainable gardening, and personal growth. From
permaculture to botany basics they cover it all. You never know
what you will find here until you visit. This is a fantastic
Website is the world's oldest and largest website dedicated to
butterflies and moths. Everything about butterflies
and gardening! Perfect for the natural gardener and all aficionados of these lovely
GardenWeb's magazine for the serious gardener. Dispersing advice and
knowledge. Nice searchable glossary of botanical terms.
Don't Panic Eat Organic:
organic gardening and links to organic resources. Lots of topics on
GMO's and their dangers.
Farmers Almanac: Yep, the original, one and only
Farmers Almanac. It's a true American classic. You just
have to love it.
Insect.com: This site is down right now. Will they return?
Garden Community: Over
250 business, trade and professional journals to choose from.
Stay on the cutting edge of what's happening in your line of
business. Plus Free News Group Access for many
Garden Groups, Garden Zone finder, Books, Magazines, Articles, Free Pictures and more.
Garden Organic: An international membership organization
located in the UK,
researching and promoting organic horticulture and agriculture. It's for everyone
if you would like to join.
Find an organic business. E
source- Extensive listing of organic suppliers. Yes, we are
Plant For A Future: This
searchable database can help you to decide which varieties to plant, and to discover
edible, medicinal and household uses. They have an impressive database
that we often use. You can now download a copy of the databae or
get it on CD-Rom. The copyright on the site is way out dated bit
the information is still gold.
Rain Barrel Guide - A
guide to collecting rainwater for your lawn and garden.
If nyou have questions about rain collecting methods- you will
find the answers here!
Seed Starting: Well organized guide for
flower, vegetable and herb seed starting.
Interesting stuff about the effects of
sound on germination and plant growth. It looks as though the
site might be for sale. Take advantage of their information now
while its' still there.
Garden Guy: Organic gardening and backyard food
production. Thoughts and outlook on gardening and life.
Articles, stories and advice. This is a good site
with a free email update to let you know when new articles are
posted. They keep your sign up information confidential.
PERMACULTURE AND BIODYNAMICS
Biodynamic Homepage: Find out what biodynamics is
all about! This organization is 75 years old. We highly recommend you
pay them a visit.
This a simple site with loads contacts to learn about permaculture.
Nice selection of archives.
Sustainable Agriculture Research: and Education (SARE) program: Check out the latest
info on sustainable agriculture from the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN). On line
books and a database of research projects.
PLANT AND MERCHANDISE COMPANIES
(Organic, heirloom, open
Natural and Organic Products They spend their time searching
out the best in organic and natural products, so you don't have
to. Natural Cleaning, Body Care and Baby Care Products,
Mineral-Rich Bath Salts, Virgin Coconut Oil, Water Filters and
Selected Seeds Operates their own organic farm in Albion for seed production. Nice
selection. 11 varieties of heirloom tomatoes. Good service!
Pepper Joes: 100%
organic pepper and tomato seeds! Home of the World Champion HOTTEST
PEPPERS. If you have a query about hotn peppers they have the answer!
Redwood City Seed Co. Large selection of hot peppers
and some unusual vegetables.
Potato Garden: They
are merging Ronniger Potato Farm LLC with Milk Ranch Specialty
Potatoes LLC, and forming one new company called Potato Garden.
They grow and ship both garden size and farm size quantities of
Colorado Certified Seed Potatoes. This is the place for
gardeners, farmers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in
potatoes. They also carry Planting Garlic, Jerusalem Artichokes,
Onions, Shallots, and Real Salt. This is a trust worthy company.
Sun Organic sells certified organic food, organic fruit and organic nuts
plus a whole lot more even pet food!
The sound of the soul will come alive with the harmonic flow
from their most
popular wind chimes. Take home your very own outdoor wind
chime today. Prices vary from high end to reasonable.
American Rose Society: Everyone loves roses! Visit the
pros! For only $10,their new four-month trial membership allows you to
see just what they are all about. You’ll receive free advice
from our Consulting Rosarians, experts who can answer any of
your rose questions. You’ll enjoy two issues of American
Rose,the only magazine devoted exclusively to roses and rose
culture, and free access to our five quarterly bulletins.
Irises: Information and links for iris
Mother Nature's Garden:
Wise Woman Center
PO Box 64, Woodstock, NY 12498
Apprentice with Herbalist Susun Weed to learn how to garden in
a totally unconventional way! Forget about fertilizers,
pesticides, and seed packets - you will never want to "weed"
your garden again. While living on a small goat farm on fifty
acres of forestland, you will learn how to identify, harvest,
and prepare edible and medicinal wild plants - commonly known
as "weeds". Apprenticeship includes attendance to weekend
workshops, intensives, and private training. Write a letter of
intention to address above and visit the website to learn
more! Check out Susun Weed's article:
Weeds In Your Garden? Bite Back!
Weed Photo Album
Rutgers guide to weed ID. If you can't figure out what that weed is check here!
NON-GARDENING SITES OF INTEREST
sufficiency and preparedness for the 'Poor Man':
Low cost solutions for high cost essentials!
A Tribute To Nature:
Simply put...go see this site. Be patient for the homepage to load, it is well worth
the wait. This page was a delight to find!