What’s Growing On?!?! April ’17 Edition

Every April I struggle with the beginning push, when I’m working almost nonstop to get things ready for market in May. We do start in March, but because the weather still isn’t consistent it’s only little things here and there. Then when April hits it’s full steam ahead, between yesterday and today I worked 17…

My 7 Obstacles Of Urban Farming

This past weekend was our areas Growing Summit, it’s the event that signals the beginning of the growing season is about to get underway. Last year we taught our first class, Farming in the City, and this year we did two; Vegetable Garden Q & A as well as an Urban Farming Roundtable Discussion. Both…

The Season Has Begun!

When spring rolls around it always feels like everything outside is waking up from a great hibernation. All the trees are starting to form buds, there’s greenery popping out all around and the sounds of the returning birds are a welcome sign of warmer days ahead. And even though there’s still cold weather ahead, we…

Our Homestead History {Part 1}

We love history, really! Samaree and I both love reading about it, I’m particular to the pioneer times but we both love learning about our past in general. I’ve always been fascinated with how agriculture worked in the past, how food was prepared, the recipes involved, the animals everyone owned and just the day to…