central new jersey


by Nicole Wines The early part of the winter of 2015 will be known as one of the warmest on record for the Northeast US, the temperate region where our gardens plots and other EcoCulture projects are currently located. The last few weeks have brought about a burst of color, […]

December Showers Bring…December Flowers?!


by Francisco G. Gómez I just read an article about a bee keeper up in Canada that lost 37 million honey bees in a few short weeks, after GMO corn was planted not too far from his farm. That’s equivalent to about 600 bee hives. ARTICLE: Colony Collapse Tied to […]

Raíces Starts Apiculture Initiative


There was no power, hot water or communication other than our cell phones, praise the powers that be for that. The night seemed to last forever, with the torrents of rain and wind gusts that at times wanted to tear the roof off my house. Of more concern were all […]

Messages from the Storm Front