Reading

Family and Parenting

Beansproutings

Crunchy Domestic Goddess

Green Mamma

Growing Naturally

Mama is…

Musings of an Everyday Woman

Strocel.com

Cooking

A Pug in the Kitchen

A Year in Bread

Crunchy Chicken Cooks

Real Baby Real Food

Simple Bites

Sweet Peas and Pumpkins

Tasty Kitchen

The Canning Doctor

The Fearless Chef

Farm and Country Living

Backyard Mama

Cold Antler Farm

Down on the Farm

Farmgirl Fare

Heather’s Homemaking

Hen and Harvest

Hillbilly Housewife

Hooves and Hounds Farm

In my Kitchen Garden

Married to the Farm

Make it from Scratch

May All Seasons Be Sweet to Thee

Not Dabbling in Normal

Rose Orchards

Small Measure

The Chatelaine’s Keys

The Farm Chicks

The Homesteading Carnival

The Inadvertent Farmer

The Pioneer Woman

The Quiet Country House

Throwback at Trapper Creek

Sustainability

Affluent Persons Living Sustainably

Arduous Blog

Casaubon’s Book

Chile Chews

Crunchy Chicken

Fake Plastic Fish

Green Goddess Dressing

Greenhab

Little Blog in the Big Woods

One Green Generation

Retro Housewife Goes Green

Rob’s World

Simple, Green Frugal Co-op

The Blogging Bookworm

The Green Phone Booth

For Fun

Attack of the Redneck Mommy

She Just Walks Around With It

The Spectrum

Local Resources

Buy CT Grown

CT Chicken Coop

CT Department of Agriculture

CT Farm Bureau

CT Green Scene

Dudley Farmer’s Market in Guilford

Durham Fair

Durham Farmer’s Market

Guilford Fair

Local Harvest

Working Lands Alliance

Yale Sustainable Food Project

4 responses to “Reading

  1. Debra C Kelley

    Hi ~ I wandered over here from Green Bean Dreams, I think. I enjoyed visiting your blog. The pictures of your community remind me of our town in NH. I read with interest your post on being a role model for your students. I am a ‘retired’ teacher – and couldn’t agree with you more. I can tell that you are the type of teacher that schools need. You respect education, your students and yourself. Please remember that you ARE making a difference – although it made not always be evident. Happy gardening. I am off to try my hand at canning pickles. Wish me well :)

  2. farmersdaughterct

    Thanks, Debra!

  3. CTDaffodil

    Abbie – Are you going to the ECO Art Festival in Chester CT this weekend? Are you the Abbie that is speaking there??
    My kids are looking forward to the festival – should be a good time

  4. farmersdaughterct

    Nope, sorry CTDaffodil. That’s not me. Sounds like fun, but I’ll be spending this weekend at the Guilford Fair.

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