Joel Salatin discusses how Covid-19 related disruptions in health, food access and the economy expose our weaknesses- and how to create resiliency in the coming year. … More Gleaning Wisdom From Joel Salatin
Midwest farmers know this fungus by the less desirable name “corn smut”. However, in Mexico, “Huitlacoche” is celebrated as both healthy and delicious. If you’re fortunate enough to find this “black gold” but sure to try it in your next soup or stew! … More Five Reasons To Try Blue-Ribbon Worthy Corn Truffles
Most people grow this delicious, multi-purpose plant for its leaves, but its delicious coriander seeds are entirely worth harvesting and taste nothing like cilantro leaves. Don’t overlook this spice or let it go to waste! … More Two Herbs In One Plant- Ready To Harvest Now
With an unseasonablly mild winter, we can all get excited about starting a garden. Read this to know how a modest budget can get you started!
Tomorrow is the perfect time to say thanks to the friends and family who have nurtured you through life’s successes and challenges. As a belated “thank-you” to those who gave me gifts, I thought I would share my favorites. All are available to purchase locally and last minute! Also, consider this list for any of the gardeners you love with birthdays this year. (That would be all of them). … More Last Minute Valentine Gifts For The Gardener You Love
With an unseasonablly mild winter, we can all get excited about starting a garden. Read this to know how a modest budget can get you started! … More How $40 and an Afternoon Can Start Your Garden
Incorporating ground cover to your garden may not sound like much, but has been the single greatest improvement I’ve made to my garden since starting. Paul Gautschi has been a gardener for over 55 years and currently lives on the Northern Peninula of Washington State. Like most of us, he put serious elbow grease into … More The Best Gardening Trick Everyone Should Know