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MARCH/APRIL 2009

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Great soil, better farm! By Ray Ford
Understanding soil is essential for making the best use of your farm.

How to hire & retain great employees By Robin Tunnicliffe
Your approach to stewarding labour on the farm can result in motivated and hardworking employees who keep coming back for more.

If you can’t beat ’em, eat ’em By Shirley Byers
With a change in attitude (and a little knowledge) weeds can become a tasty green.

A co-operative solution By Emily McGiffin
Northwest BC producers pool resources and built a local abattoir.

Of cabbage, crocks & ‘kraut By Kim Langen
The results of Small Farm Canada’s variety trials, plus some great recipes.

Wendy’s mobile market By Anita Sharon Freeman
Sickened by industrial food, Wendy Banks created a business delivering great tasting, healthy local food.

More great hatches By Lara lee
Life Tips on getting better results from your incubator.

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

News & Notes – The promise of geothermal; BC food collective looks to agri-tourism and schools; global corporate land-grabbing crisis; studying the best uses for fields; biofuel update: switchgrass;
Practical – Graft tomatoes, especially heirlooms, for disease resistance, greater yields.
Home Economics – Nettles and spinach – both early-out-of-the-ground crops in Spring – make for a great soup.