My zucchini seedlings came into their own this week. From between the generic cotyledon lobes that feed the plant before it takes energy from the sun, they unfurled their true leaves. Spikey, spunky, furred. The original solar panels.
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Washington, D.C.-based writer Rhea Yablon Kennedy covers sustainable food, travel, business, and other topics that catch her fancy.
Rhea’s writing, images, and video have appeared in The Washington Post, Grist.org, and The Jewish Daily Forward, as well as publications at Gallaudet University.
She is a full-time faculty member at Gallaudet.
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