Vol. 9 Nbr. 2, March 2008
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- Orange you glad for good eats?
- Superfoods: believe or don't believe the hype? Area experts share their opinion on this modern dilemma.
- The ultimate food fight: diet vs. supplements: Pam Shuler, C.F.N.P., makes the call on when one reigns supreme and when the two should shake hands and become a team.
- Area experts share what's going on in the world of organics, locally and beyond.
- Exploring the English pea: Chef Judd Lohof puts a new spin on the classic cheerleader for spring, cherished companion to lettuce and turnips, and sustainer of babies.
- Healing with motion: Grace Shen helps you understand your strong and weak sides to achieve a body in balance.
- Water conserving landscapes: rainfall galore or just a drop, you can plant this spring, Danna Cain, ASLA, says.
- Allergies, Schmallergies: with herbs and a little planning ahead, you may just avoid the sniffles this season, shares herbalist Sandi Ford.
- Area farmers'/tailgate markets.
- Modern day trade: local businesses supporting local businesses: the ladies of Mountain BizWorks prove that you can count on your neighbor.
- Where, oh where, has our land gone? Elaine Lite explores our need for a meaningful plan to preserve farmland.
- Spotlight on a green remodel: water conservation/site drainage and efficiency: New Life Journal and our Green Home Experts Board walk you through a house full of innovative green features.
- Simple block printing: Barbara Zarestky shows you how to get customizing.
- Q&A: indoor radon.
- Native nutrition: New Life Journal's Maggie Cramer interviews author Sally Fallon to see what we all ate before the aisles of endless choices at our modern supermarkets.
- Emily Jackson: convinces tough critics to eat healthy and locally.