The Rochester Garden & Flower Club annual tour is July 21 and features some stunning showcases of local gardens.
As the movement to support local businesses gains national traction, it’s important to note that farmers should be included.
Many people can’t think beyond the needles when they hear the word acupuncture. Melissa Cathcart, licensed acupuncturist, explains more about this ancient practice and how it can benefit everyone.
A closer look at one local, organic farm shows a deep connection to the land and a belief in seredipitous moments.
With the help of one local business, Our Backyard Chicken LLC, you can join in the local food trend by renting your very own chicken coop, including the chickens!
Flowers aren’t the only beautiful option for your pots and garden. Edible plants, including many vegetables, are becoming mainstays in the modern landscape.
The Rochester Downtown Farmers Market has fresh, local produce for sale on Saturdays through October and also Wednesdays through September.