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Rooted in the past, growing toward the future


Ray Holland and Tracy Drury grow many kinds of vegetables in their Greenfield yard, as well as plants to attract pollinators. In doing so, each...

I’ve been brushing up on my Italian this summer, and one word that keeps popping up in the Italian press is “sicitta.” It means drought. We’re not...

Native plants for a living landscape


For Jocelyn Demuth, bidding farewell to a dear friend led indirectly to an unexpected passion for native plants.At the time, Demuth and her husband...

An artistic approach to gardening


Tom Mershon produces artwork using a staggering number of methods, and a retrospective of his creative endeavors is on display at 10 Memorial St...

The hunt for ‘Bigfoot’


Have you seen Bigfoot?No, seriously, have you seen it? A 1½-foot concrete statue of the cryptid, ape-like creature was taken off the front yard at...

Victor Signore and Meredith Benson grow a surprising amount of food. In 2010, they purchased a bungalow in Turners Falls on one-sixteenth of an...

The transition from hunting and gathering food to growing it was undoubtedly one of the great turning points in human history. It was probably the...

A thriving little farm right in town


While traveling on Greenfield’s Leyden Road, it’s easy to miss that there’s a small farm thriving right in town. A stone walkway leading to a gate...

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