These kid-size crops can be grown in raised beds or containers. They’re chosen to inspire young imaginations, promote nutrition and spark the desire to learn more about gardening.
Spring is here—kind of—and the time to get in the garden is close. How close? It’s hard to tell, but that’s where intuition mixes with science and research to make farming an art.
Don’t let weeding get the best of you this year. New strategies you can add to your arsenal include row orientation, living mulch and abrasive weeding.
You might have noticed the incredible way a chicken’s neck moves—like in this Instagram video—but the reason behind it is fascinating.
Kentucky women recently gathered to explore how their relationships to land, food and agriculture support identity and autonomy, but the get-together quickly revealed bonds that transcend all differences.
Ramp up your foraging expeditions with these springtime plants. Some can help you clear out the buildup of winter crud in the body and transition into spring.
We wanted a greenhouse, but creating that big of a structure doesn’t fit with our terrain, so we built a cold frame near the house to start seeds for this year’s garden.