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Community Gardening Summit- Nov. 15

The Student Farm at Penn State, Taproot Kitchen, Centre Moves, and Penn State Sustainable Communities are co-sponsoring a Community Garden Summit. The event takes place on Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 6 – 8 pm at the Meetinghouse on Atherton (318 … Continue reading

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Pop-up Beer Garden for Millheim Fire Co.- Oct. 15

Elk Creek Café of Millheim, PA will be hosting a Pop-up Beer Garden on Sunday, Oct. 15, from 3 – 7 pm in Millheim.  There will be local food from Nomad Food Truck and Street Meat Food Truck, music by … Continue reading

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Woodward Village Back-to-Basic Days- Nov. 5th

This looks like a cool event and the price is right (free that is).  It’s in Woodward, PA, so consider (1) carpooling because homesteading is more fun with a friend and (2) making a day of it by stopping in … Continue reading

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Nittany Valley Charter School Garden

Over the summer, Spring Creek Homesteading Fund awarded Nittany Valley Charter School a small grant to help them upgrade their school garden with some new raised beds, some gravel for the paths, and some soil. NVCS CEO Kara Martin sent … Continue reading

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Eat Food Truck food and Support Housing Transitions, 9/24

Housing Transitions is having a delicious sounding fundraiser.  Stop by the 200 block of South Allen St. in State College on Sunday, September 24 from 12 – 3 pm and check out the Food Truck Rally in the Valley. There’ll be … Continue reading

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Kuchen is pronounced “yum”

Do you find yourself with an over-abundance of blackberries or Fall raspberries?  Is your pantry full of jam, but your freezer is still full of strawberries from earlier in the Spring?  We’ll here is a quick dessert that is like … Continue reading

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Walking around food.

Here’s a recipe for some tasty beef hand-pies that are a snap to make and are just as good cold as hot. Crust 2 cups unbleached flour 1 tsp salt 2 tsp sugar 1/4 c. cold water 1/2 whole beaten … Continue reading

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