Applying ecosystem design principles to small, sustainable growing spaces can help you improve yield while reducing maintenance needs.
Planting a tree? Great! Make sure to heed these 13 principles to ensure the project is successful and yields healthy, hearty trees for future generations.
The best plant stock will fail in the wrong climate, so get to know hardiness zones and your specific micro-climates to achieve growing success on your property.
Maximize your farm or garden’s potential by setting a holistic goal that takes into consideration your vision, your land and the surrounding community.
If you live in a place that experiences sub-freezing winter temperatures, you can make your own ice to keep your root cellar cool through the summer months.
There are different root cellar designs, but any functional storage space should keep your roots in stable conditions that effectively mimic a vegetable’s natural winter dormancy.
There are reasons we store root vegetables in root cellars, and keeping them in mind can help us maximize long-term storage for our homegrown roots.
When winter arrives and gardens stop producing, community food security can take a hit. Here are six ways to store produce for the cold months.