Locavores

Resources: Pie Making

Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast present Pie-Making Marathon ll with Kathleen Wall November 19, 2015 Books in the Old Colony Library Network Cox, Robert S. New England Pie: History Under A Crust,...

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Resource List: Pastured Pork and Loving Lard

Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast Present Pastured Pork and Loving Lard With Peter Burrows of Brown Boar Farm May 21, 2015 Books in the Old Colony Library Network Estabrook, Barry. Pig Tales: An...

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Resource List: Local Cheese

Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast Present Local Cheese Tasting with Adam Centamore February 19, 2015 Featured Cheese: Vermont Butter & Creamery: Coupole – goat milk von Trapp: Oma –...

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South Shore Locavores: Soil Health

Resources: Books in the Old Colony Library Network Miller, Daphne, M.D. Farmacology: what innovative family farming can teach us about health and healing, 2013. Lowenfels, Jeff. Teaming with Microbes: the organic gardener’s...

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Resources: Local Home Cooking

The Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore and South Coast present Local Home Cooking February 20, 2014 Books in the Old Colony Library Network Robin, Vicki. Blessing the hands that feed us: what eating closer to home...

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Resource list: Keeping Chickens in Your Backyard

Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore magazine present Keeping Chickens in Your Backyard, January 2014 Books in the Old Colony Library Network Chickens for the backyard homesteader: the essential guide to choosing and...

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