Make your locavoring life a little easier with everything from an iPhone app to a veggie trading site.
Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 1:28 AM
• Don’t have your own veggie garden but still want to eat green? Download the Locavore iPhone app
to keep track of what fruits and veggies are in season in your ‘hood, and what farmers’ markets are near you. An iPhone-free way of accomplishing this same goal would be to join a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. (via Re-Nest
• Getting too much kale, turnips and parsley in your CSA box? In Slate
, Catherine Price enlists locavore Mark Bittman and cookbook writer Deborah Madison’s help — and shares their quick CSA box busting recipes
• Grew too much squash this season? Veggie Trader
lets you buy, sell or trade your extra bounty with locavoring neighbors. (via Treehugger
• Wanna emulate Michelle Obama? You’re not alone — California’s first lady wants a veggie patch too
! MNN’s own Robin Shreeves writes about Maria Shriver’s plans for an edible garden on the grounds of the state capitol: “Is this the first sign of the White House garden starting a domino effect?”
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