Another phallic-looking bush has been spotted along the Windsor riverfront, but city officials say this time, the plant is au naturel. Earlier this month, an illicit landscaper cut one of the city’s bushes into the shape of a penis. When … Continue Reading
The student (and those of us on a student budget) diet is famously known for the staples of Kraft Dinner, ramen noodles and bags of frozen perogies that only cost a few bucks.
But imagine your mac and cheese spiced up with some fresh hot pepper or a nice kale salad to complement your ramen. Heck, how about just some nice herbs to liven up your frozen food? It’s entirely easy and possible to grow these fresh foods no matter how little space you have.
Last week our How To lesson was about canning, and this week we’ve also posted some rad reviews of food-related books: Digging the City: An Urban Agriculture Manifesto and Food and the City: Urban Agriculture and the New…
Some of Windsor’s most vulnerable citizens are benefiting from a community garden that’s been churning out fresh, local organic produce for the last several years.
But the mission of the University of Windsor’s Campus Community Garden Project goes far beyond one branch of altruism.
“Feeding the community is very important, but even more important is empowering people and teaching them how to grow their own food,” said Rita Haase, the project’s founder and a sessional instructor in the university’s Women’s Studies department and Faculty of Education. “That’s what we do here.”
A Winnipeg company has a solution for homeowners worried about what the upcoming province-wide ban on herbicides will mean for their yards—stop worrying and just turf the lawn. Synthetic Turf International sells and installs artificial grass, and while a lot … Continue Reading