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GK Field Notes, 5 Things You Need to Keep Gobblers On Your Land

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  GK Field Notes 5 Things You Need to Keep Gobblers On Your Land Why are the gobblers always on your neighbor’s property and not yours? The answer to that could be a number of reasons. You must look at what a turkey needs and on the other hand, things a turkey doesn’t like, the […]

Aubergine Schnitzel with Celery Salad

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  by Alfredo Zotti Aubergine Schnitzel Cut a nice and big aubergine (eggplant) long-side, with a sharp knife, about 1/3 of an inch thickness, paying attention not to cut yourself. You will get about 8 or 9 stakes. Place them flat on a dish and sprinkle some salt on both side, just enough to sprinkle […]

Why Brassicas?

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  Thanks to the innovative minds at BioLogic, hunters have throngs of food plot options to choose from. And while the options are many, three that shouldn’t be overlooked include Green Patch Plus, Full Draw and Maximum. Why? The answer is really quite simple: Both contain brassicas. Brassicas are very easy to grow and provide an inexpensive, quality food […]

This Weekend in St Augustine

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          March 11, 2013 This Weekend is now This Week which means more great events for you to know about! Monday through Sunday: March 11-17 Picasso: Art & Arena Exhibit - An exhibition featuring dozens of Picasso originals, including many that have never been seen previously in the United States. Both famous and rare, these pieces […]

Chicken Cannellini Bean Chili

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    Sprinkle one and one half cups of diced chicken breast with 1 teaspoon salt. In 6-quart Dutch oven or equivalent pot, heat 1 teaspoon olive oil on medium-high until very hot. Add chicken to Dutch oven in 2 batches, and cook 6 minutes per batch or until chicken is no longer pink, stirring occasionally […]

Incredible Weekend in St Augustine

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        January 28, 2013 This Weekend is now This Week which means more great events for you to know about! Monday through Thursday: January  28 – 31 Nights of Lights - St. Augustine’s famed Nights of Lights illuminate the nation’s oldest city’s historic district with the gentle glow of more than three million tiny white lights, […]

The Essence of a Franchise Marketing Plan

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  The Essence of a Franchise Marketing Plan When it comes to developing, reading and/or signing the documents necessary for a franchisor to begin or a franchisee to buy in, it is the “marketing plan” that should be studied extremely closely. Most states which require franchisors to register with some state agency before selling franchises […]

Urban Gardening

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  In 2007, the number of people living in the cities of the Earth for the first time ever began to exceed the number living in the countryside. This trend is expected to continue, and as the population expands will inflame the competition for critical resources. In some cases, competition between cities and farmers for […]

Root Cellars

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  It is said that native Australians were the first to develop the idea of the root cellar as a place to keep temperatures of harvested crops above freezing but below about 40 degrees Fahrenheit in order to preserve them.  They also discovered the process of fermentation, and ever since the alcoholic beverages produced have […]

Planting on Uncultivated Soil

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Planting seeds on uncultivated soil is initially a substantial challenge. This is a big first step in the transition to natural farming. In throwing seed onto bear ground we often lose a battle against birds and other pests that eat the seeds. Uncut straw thrown onto the ground in every which way in the spring […]