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.
Cool farm tools, a new little helper, and friends who share ideas and the land contribute to the momentum making this year look quite promising for my garden.
Some urban and suburban people who move to the country file complaints against existing farming operations. If one comes your way, your state’s law might protect you.
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.