For years Good Harvest has been an Earth Day advocate, and while last year we had to skip out on our usual Earth Day activities due to the move to our new location, we are looking forward to hosting activities this year in our new location to a broader audience!Read more
Work on our new space continues in earnest, especially since our concrete floors were poured 2 weeks ago. We still expect to close our present location on Saturday April 25th, and re-open 1/4 mile west, on Silvernail (2205 Silvernail, Pewaukee, WI 53072 to be exact) on Wednesday April 29th.
On the morning of Sunday, June 1st, I participated in the Duathlon World Championships in Pontevedra, Spain. This is a recap of the sprint duathlon I participated in during a trip Jody and I took to visit my son and daughter-in-law, who are teaching for 2 years near Lisbon Portugal.
We recently ran a report on the top selling 20 items over the most recent 12 months. 12 of the 20 were fruits and vegetables, 6 of the 20 were meat and chicken, and the final 2 were individual bulk eggs and bulk coffee. Can you guess what the #1 seller was?
Lyme Disease from an infected tick. Not easily detected and extremely challenging at best to treat and eradicate, has hit close to home. This tiny little bacteria-producing insect (first identified in Lyme, Connecticut) can affect...Read more
9 Good Years! That is how long we have had our website, and like anything as it ages, time was taking its toll. We had increasing difficulty making changes, adding pictures, creating new content, and we finally made the decision in 2013 that we needed a new look, with updated technology and a refresh of our content...Read more
Books, whether fiction, fantasy or fact can impart bounties of information, inspiration and for me, and invitation to explore intuition. Some of my recent favorites: “The Divided Mind (the Epidemic of Mind/body Disorders),” “Don’t Push the River” by Barry Stevens (my go-to book of the 70’s), “Water…You’re Not Sick; You’re Thirsty,” “Mind over Medicine” by Lissa Rankin, and “Outrageous Openness” by Tosha Silver, featuring real life anecdotes about inner guidance.Read more