Welcome to the Special Harvest Edition of Wildcrafting Wednesday! This Special Harvest Edition is hosted by:
September 22 marked the autumn equinox – the day when day and night are approximately equal in length. Equinox happens only twice a year and the autumn equinox signals the end of summer, shorter daylight hours, and cooler evenings.
At Wildcrafting Wednesday, we’re celebrating the autumn equinox with a Special Harvest Edition of Wildcrafting Wednesday. This Special Harvest Edition is the perfect place to find suggestions on what to do with the zucchini, tomatoes, beans, grapes, apples, and peaches that your garden has produced! You’ll also find tips on how to prepare your garden for a bumper crop next year, and perhaps even a bit of advice and inspiration on how to embrace fall and settle in for the winter! You won’t want to miss this week’s Special Harvest Edition of Wildcrafting Wednesday!
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