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                                                                      And the riverbank talks                                                                       of the waters of March                                                                        It’s the promise of life                                                                        It’s the joy in your heart                                                                    Excerpt from the song:  Aguas de Marco...

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February, the shortest month of the year, often feels like it is the longest. The holidays are a distant image in our frosted rear-view mirrors, the snow is piling up and any thought of spring is just wishful (or wistful) thinking. Although the amount of daylight has been increasing incrementally since the winter solstice in December, it is in February that we notice that now there is sunlight past 5 PM. There may be plenty of more snow to be had but the longer days turn our hopeful thoughts to gardening, fresh local produce and farmer’s markets, even though their...

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March is a month on the cusp. Not quite winter and not yet spring, March is the bridge between the two seasons. With day light savings and the vernal equinox tipping the scale in sunlight’s favor, March is also a month of hope and promise. The proverbial light is at the end of the tunnel, even if the tunnel passes through a mountain of snow. After a winter hiatus, the pulse of life-affirming sap begins to flow again through the sugar maples and another sugaring season commences. It’s still cold and maybe even snowy, but we know that we have...

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The shortest month of the year often feels like it will never end. Sandwiched between the post-holiday cool down and the distant future of spring's optimism, February can just drag on like a long winter head cold. Here is a list of some products to help remedy the situation and get you through the February blues. High Mowing Organic Seeds. Vicariously skip into summer while you plan your organic garden with heirloom and regional seeds specifically bred for our New England climate. High mowing, based out of Wolcott, Vermont, humbly began in 1996 with 28 varieties of organic seeds. They...

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