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Weekly News Round-up: December 3 – 10

Week of December 3 – 10

Here are updates on the most current projects at Harmony & Health.

PEST CONTROL

The winter vegetables are coming along well. The onions, parsnips, beets, radishes, turnips, kale, broccoli, lettuce, spinach, and carrots have all sprouted. We’re just waiting on the parsley. The fence around the entire garden protects the area from javelina, Read More…

Weekly News Round-up: November 12-19

As a reminder to the public, Harmony and Health extends a standing invitation for visitors on Tuesdays. Tuesdays are community work day and in the evening we enjoy a sweat in the Harmonic Chapel followed by a casual community potluck. All are welcome, but please email us ahead of time: harmonynhealthtoday@gmail.com.

Here are updates on the most current projects at Harmony & Health.

ANTS ON ALERT

Garlic is all planted and growing very well. There’s a little ant problem in a couple beds, so we’re discouraging them with cayenne pepper, a chemical-free pest-deterring alternative. As of today, they have dispersed. If they return, we’ll try a vinegar application.
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Weekly News Round-up: October 30-November 5

Here are updates on the most current projects at Harmony & Health.

ALGAE ASPIRATIONS

Plans are moving forward for algae cultivation here on the land at Harmony and Health. Algae, depending on the strain that is grown, can be used for fuel, plastics, food, agriculture, or medicine. A site has been chosen and a prototype production model is in the works.
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