Slower growth as well as fewer weeds and pests makes winter gardening easy compared with summer. Choose some cold-hardy vegetables, set up some protection and get started.
As community-supported agriculture operations get more popular you might have difficulty finding enough members. Here are some ways around that.
In her new book, Rhonda Sherman describes the science as well as the business of vermicomposting in clear and relevant detail.
Selling to restaurants provides steady income and also lets you tell people where your products are served. Here are skills and practices to get chefs’ attention.
You can grow turnips year-round in some areas, and while they’re not always the easiest vegetable to sell, try these methods to find and attract buyers.
With a combination of cover, timing, drought-tolerant crops and creative water sources, you can grow food without irrigation.
In his book, Gabe Brown tells how being pushed to the brink of financial ruin led to the almost accidental discovery of profitable and planet-friendly practices.
Crops such as kale, collards, turnips and even certain types of lettuce can survive—and even improve—with frost, so they’re ideal for fall and winter planting.