Groceries in your backyard

Michele Owens, of Saratoga Springs and Salem, NY, has published a new book on gardening: “Grow the Good Life: Why a Vegetable Garden Will Make you Happy, Healthy, and Wise.”

Anybody committed to culinary creativity, environmental consciousness, and cutting down on trips to the supermarket should keep reading.

In her book, Owens describes the rewards, ease, pleasure, and sensibility of growing your own vegetables in your backyard. She argues that it should be a normal part of any household—and that it’s easy to start.

Interested? See her speak on April 21st at Brown’s Brewing Company!

Categories Events, Local Causes | Tags: | Posted on March 6, 2012

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