V.19 No.14 | 4/8/2010
Fruits / Vegetables
A Garden Variety Party
By Laura Marrich [ Sat Apr 10 2010 8:00 AM ]
We're sure you're all busy as bees (or red wrigglers, as the case may be) getting your outdoor space primed for spring and summer. Here to help take a load off is the 11th Annual North Valley Co-op Garden Party. Fill up on seeds, plant starts, agricultural information, expert advice, local food and live music by the barrelful. Your little sprouts will have plenty to occupy them, too. Just show up at the North Valley La Montañita Co-op (2400 Rio Grande NW) between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. today.
Aaron and Lisa Prunier
ABQ Beer Geek
Nine all-star New Mexico drafts, two homebrewers and one unlikely location
By ABQ Beer Geek
The only reasons I’ve ever visited the industrial wasteland around Jefferson and Osuna were to pick up an obscure part for a vacuum cleaner and to dispose of trash I had forgotten to put out for two weeks straight. The opening of Hallenbrick Brewery gave me a whole new incentive to actually drive north of Osuna. Of course a beer freak like me would. The question is, would anyone else?
Attracting Interesting Pollinators To Your Garden at Albuquerque Garden Center
Docent Sally Vance gives a tour of the Xeric Garden Club’s Certified Wildlife Habitat Garden and talks about valuable pollinators that develop a healthy habitat, whether it's large or small.
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