How Does Your Garden Grow?

There are three key ingredients to making a garden grow: earth, water and light. Although we are familiar with the typical garden variations to maximize that combination, thinking outside of the proverbial boxed garden can inspire us to take advantage of our home, land or ...

Kitchen Medicine: Modern Health with Ancient Roots

There is so much change, color, flavor and medicine growing this time of year. From our local wild foods to the farms and gardens, we are rich in delicious medicine! The salad greens, sautéing greens, asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries, wood sorrel, sheep sorrel ...

Massaro Community Farm Marks 100 Years of Farming

Farming operations have changed drastically over the last 100 years: mechanization, scale, specialized markets and modified crops. But while acres of farmland under production across the nation continues to decline, Massaro Community Farm in Woodbridge ...

Allergies and the Chiropractic Connection

Somewhere along the line, we started believing that seasonal allergies were normal—a notion perhaps supported by the endless bombardment of allergy drug commercials. We started believing that seasonal allergies are something an individual is going to ...

Green Coffee is Good Coffee

Coffee is amazing stuff. Setting aside for just a moment the burst of flavor a perfect espresso casts on the tongue, or the crucial morning wake up call it offers many of us, coffee is also one of the clearest symbols of the intense interconnectedness of the modern ...

Taking Deep Breaths: Fighting for Air and Healing in Connecticut

Since it’s practically invisible, many people take the air they breathe—and its quality—for granted. Not Sharon Jones. She’s the executive director of an environmental justice organization here in Connecticut; she’s been involved in the struggle for cleaner air ...