Theo Talcott

Theo Talcott

Theo Talcott writes from Manchester, Vermont.

Last Morsel—In the Garden

Written by Theo Talcott | September 01, 2008


Growing food in a garden gives us a close-up look at Life—like being at the New England Aquarium in Boston and pressing up against the glass to watch a giant turtle swim by. In the garden, though, we do more than just stand at the glass. Rather, we work with the web of life, cooperate with nature, collaborate with Mother Earth. Want to know how roots work? Grow food. Want to learn how to keep somebody healthy? Grow food. Want to care if it rains? Grow food.

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