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Organic Grass-Fed Beef from Harborside Farms

Published on June 8, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

To market to market to buy a fat pig…

Published on May 12, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

I’m pretty pumped. It’s taken six months to “get here”, but our household finally took a pretty substantial step forward toward eating healthy and sustainably. We recently became aware of Harborside Farms, a local organic farm based out of Pilot Mound, Manitoba, that sells direct to consumer. Buying organic, grass-fed beef and free run eggs […]

Is vertical farming the answer to sustainability and pesticides?

Published on April 8, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

I am pretty intrigued by this idea.  I originally came across this image shared on Facebook, but after a bit of digging I think I found the original source of the photo in this blog post on Planetsave.com. The idea of vertical farming is pretty self explanatory. In this case, gutters were mounted to the […]

Upcycle your 2L pop bottles into a…. BROOM??? [Instructional]

Published on March 31, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

I recently came across this and, though it really doesn’t have anything to do with Low Carb, it does fit neatly into the sustainable living category and it’s just so cool I had to share.  I tried to find an original source to credit, but the best I came up with was another blog post […]

Adventures in Gardening – Chapter 1

Published on March 26, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

Well, what can I say?  I’ve been inspired. All this studying and learning about health and nutrition has given me big, big dreams of sustainable living and urban farming and all that.  Some days, there’s a little part of me that thinks that maybe – just maybe – I could pull it off. And then […]