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Size Small: Field Hands

About 35 Blue Mountain School (BMS) students, along with several BMS teachers and parent volunteers, spent a recent morning planting potatoes as part of Floyd’s Farm to School Program (FTS).  The planting, supervised by the Five Penny Farm farmers at their fields on Shooting Creek Road, was the latest step […]

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Plenitude

I like the word. It conveys the sense of having enough but not in excess, an emphasis on need, not want. I heard the author, Juliet Schor, interviewed on NPR recently. I stopped what I was doing because this lady was making good sense and was saying things I’ve heard

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We Vote With Our Forks

“Peak” is a popular word these days—in particular when used before the word oil. But Peak Dirt? The concept refers to topsoil or, to be more specific, topsoil depletion. Earth, on average, is covered with about 3 feet of topsoil and this shallow skin of nutrient-rich matter sustains most of

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Tourism Business Development in Floyd Opens with 9th Dist Development Funds

From Congressman Boucher’s web page after the Wednesday event in Floyd… The Station at South Locust will further the Town’s successful tourism development by providing twelve commercial spaces for local entrepreneurs. These include a new musical instrument store, which is affiliated with the Floyd Music School and sells instruments from

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Congressman Boucher Visits Floyd

Cameras were poised for Congressman Rich Boucher’s stop in Floyd  on 31 March, 2010. Woody Crenshaw, Mike Burton–SustainFloyd Director, and other project funders, allies and friends of the Community Market and “the Station” spoke in the cool shade of the timber-frame pavilion across from the Floyd Country Store. Doug Thompson

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