Open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., March through November, the Downtown Tallahassee Marketplace is a community staple. Come on out to check out what our local farmers have harvested as well as art and music from Tallahassee natives! Click here to learn more.
Do you whip up vegan smoothies for breakfast and hummus six ways for lunch, only to lose your love of plants when dinnertime rolls around? Understandably, it can be harder to get excited about another pasta or rice bowl. Not only does the idea of eating all those carbs after 3 p.m. fly against well-worn…
Research has shown the benefits of adopting a more organic lifestyle over the conventional one that is the staple of most people in the western world. Even so, the task of adopting a completely organic lifestyle can be seen as daunting. To read more, click here.
For parents struggling to find ways to encourage their kids to eat a healthy and balanced diet, gardening can be an important tool. Don’t let the idea overwhelm you. Gardening doesn’t require a perfectly level, large or sunny backyard. Try planting in a small raised bed or growing a few edibles in existing landscaping. Lean…
Want to keep your garden as healthy as possible? Check out this article on the best ways to prevent soil borne diseases from devastating your garden.
You’re a busy parent, but you can’t forget about the importance of nutrition. Don’t run out of creative lunch ideas. Bring your kids and join New Leaf Market and Tallahassee Memorial’s Community Dietitian June 22 for a workshop on nutrition for your child, healthier options and how to make a healthy lookin’ lunch. To learn…
We’ve all heard the old wives tale about using honey to help fight the symptoms of season allergies but, did you know there are other ailments honey can help with? Click here to learn more.
Want to have your own garden but are limited on space? A raised garden bed is the perfect solution! Click here to learn how to build your own.
Worried that you’re generating too much organic waste at home? Before you take out the trash, consider if there are any uses for the waste you’ve created. Think about composting, making mulch, or, coolest of all, starting your own garden. To learn more, click here.
Composting is a key method to sustainable living. To learn more about composting and how you can start, click here.