Thursday, April 17, 2014
   
Lifestyle Locally Grown

The Johnson Honey Farm is the Bee’s Knees

The Johnson Honey Farm is the Bee’s Knees

Bill Johnson may very well be one of the sweetest men in Clayton County, IA… literally. And with over 350 beehives, 22 years of beekeeping experience, and an international retail base of honey loving customers, Bill, 67, has a longer “honey do” list than most men. But he doesn’t seem to mind being “busy as a bee.” Who could expect less from the Guttenberg, IA beekeeper?

Lifestyle, Locally Grown | By Barbara Sue Schubert

Dubuque Food Co-op Soon to Open its Doors

Dubuque Food Co-op Soon to Open its Doors

The tri-state area will have the opportunity to take their food shopping experience to a whole new unique level this spring with the opening of The Dubuque Food Co-op, the Dubuque area’s first member-owned natural, organic, and local food store.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown | By Barbara Sue Schubert

March Madness: A Very Serious Gardening Disorder

March Madness: A Very Serious Gardening Disorder

“In like a lion and out like a lamb” is March’s claim to fame. Whether or not this month brings blizzards and more snow accumulation, March signals a green light for gardeners chomping at the bit to start turning over their soil. Even with the unpredictability of March and April weather, there are still plenty of things you can do to get ready for spring and quell the gardening urges within.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown | By Barbara Sue Schubert

The Dubuque Food Co-op Announces 17 Candidates for 2014 Board of Directors Election

The Dubuque Food Co-op Announces 17 Candidates for 2014 Board of Directors Election

The Nominations Committee for the Dubuque Food Co-op recently announced plans for the upcoming election of two new directors to a three-year term on our board. Members in good standing (having a fully paid membership) were invited to run for a director position with nominations being accepted through February 3, 2014.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown |

Iowa Farm Bureau Farmers Headed to China for Market Study Tour

Iowa Farm Bureau Farmers Headed to China for Market Study Tour

China, home to the world’s fastest-growing middle class, holds the key to market demand of Iowa’s corn, soybeans, and pork. Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) is now accepting applications for its members to help Iowa farmers capture that market with knowledge they gain through the IFBF’s annual Market Study Tour. The tour is exclusive to members who apply and are selected.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown |

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