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In Print, Edible Columbia

February 2, 2018

Hey! Look who has a garden column in Edible Columbia magazine. Feels great to be writing for an Edible Communities publication again. This issue is chock full of info on  local organizations making serious change: Slow Food, Grow Food Carolina, SC Dept of Ag, Midlands Food Alliance, Sustainable Midlands, Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, and one new to me I’m really excited about, SC Farm to Institution, bringing onsite gardens and learning happen in schools, preschools, and beyond. Great stories introduce a tobacco-turned-cotton farmer turning his crop into locally produced upscale shirts, and a mobile grocer serving food deserts. Shell Royster’s succulent food photos accompany a bunch of recipes I want to try. There is truly so much happening with farms and food in this state!

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My piece sings the praises of Clemson cooperative extension and soil testing, local garden centers, planting calculators, and getting on the stick because spring is about here!

Pick up a free copy at Rosewood Market, Whole Foods, Vino Garage/Curiosity Coffee, City Roots, and more around Cola and Lexington.IMG_8639

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  1. Craig Cramer permalink
    February 2, 2018 9:31 pm

    Great!

    Lots going on here these days. Google Cornell soil painting and you can see my latest video.

    Also have scanner photography exhibition coming up in Mann

    On Feb 2, 2018 12:24 PM, “Sin City to Slaterville” wrote:

    > Lynn posted: “Hey! Look who has a garden column in Edible Columbia > magazine. Feels great to be writing for an Edible Communities publication > again. This issue is chock full of info on local organizations making > serious change: Slow Food, Grow Food Carolina, SC Dept of” >

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