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No-Dig Gardening?

I first got into gardening in my mid-twenties when I shared a small plot in a community garden in Washington, DC with a friend. I’ve learned a lot over the years and I usually have a decent garden. But I hate, hate, hate prepping the soil. Tilling, digging, ugh. Especially in NH where there are […]

driving the GHOST

Kids and Science

I recently had the opportunity to see some amazing technologies being developed here in NH. Last week, I got to see the GHOST Boat at Juliet Marine Systems in Portsmouth and this week I went to the huge ribbon cutting ceremony for Albany International and Safran in Rochester. It was really cool to see these […]

Gak

Gak

My son seems to be very interested in chemistry these days. He’s always asking me if he can mix up the most random ingredients and bringing me weird things like a sopping wet, torn up wrapping paper roll covered in finger paint and saying, “Mom, can I put this in the freezer? I want to […]