Just because you don't use dangerous chemicals in your garden doesn't mean they're not there.
Chickens give backyard farmers more than just eggs and meat. Three experts talk about how they help in the garden with fertilizing, tilling and pest control.
Thanks to a rainy spring season and hot summer temperatures, I started harvesting pumpkins from my garden in July. I'm using one in which to bake a chicken.
Same ingredients, two options: chicken poblano enchiladas or chicken poblano fajitas. The choice is yours.
According to a new report, Americans waste a lot of food. According to foodies on Twitter, reducing food waste can actually be pretty simple.
Who needs tropical weather? With the help of a greenhouse, Susan Welsand grows 1,600 varieties of chiles on her farm in Bloomington, Indiana.
Spicy food on the brain today. Chef Daniel Orr makes a pepper relish. Then we visit a local chile farmer and a pop-up garden next to a downtown fire station.
Chef Daniel Orr presents a trio of recipes that all have one thing in common - the color green. And, Brothers Drake Meadery uses local honey to make honey wine.
This versatile condiment goes well on just about anything, from a burger to a salad.
According to author Denise Schreiber, if you choose your garden flowers carefully, they can do the double duty of looking great and tasting great.
Students from The Project School are helping turn the perimeter of the Middle Way House into edibles. It's like a living classroom.
Dandelion Village begins clearing, planting and construction on a new eco-minded cooperative.
Why does the compost pile smell? How often do I turn it? How do I know it's garden-ready? This composting primer is handy for beginners and experts alike.
Just because you rent, don't have a backyard or move every year doesn't mean you can't compost. Here are some creative ideas for making your own portable bin.
What have you always wanted to know about composting but didn't know who to ask? Two Master Composters are here with some answers.
Make this salsa as hot as you want by adding more chili peppers.
WonderLab's Science of Art series continues with a garden designer who proposes that a playful, creative approach might be the only way to save the world.
A study conducted by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh reveals that America's most popular weedkiller can turn frog larvae into freaks of nature.
Executive Director Vicki Pierce credits the entire community, including home gardeners, for donating fresh and seasonal foods to the Community Kitchen.
Researchers in Australia may have come up with a potent but environmentally-friendly pest control strategy. They have spider evolution to thank for it.