The year’s goals have gone unaccomplished, but I’ve learned important lessons about my land, my time and what I really want from this farm.
Autumn illustrates life’s transitions, which can bring melancholy. As you stop and observe the joys as well as sorrows of existence, here are things that can help you embrace it all.
A search in the forest for chantereIles leaves us without mushrooms to eat but with many beautiful varieties and a good thought to ponder.
Slow, deliberate strolls on the land led by our little one reveals a new layer of farm life and a new creature we hadn’t noticed before.
When one weed wants to take over the garden, and that weed (the cocklebur) has an arsenal of crafty tactics built into its very nature, it’s time to take action.