Are you planning to start a small fruit tree orchard this year? Graph paper and colored markers can help you plot the best location for every tree.
Nearly 90 percent water, watermelons are also filled with bountiful flavor and nutrition. Start your summer this spring by planting some in your garden.
A tropical fruit that doesn’t grow in the tropics (it loves the Midwest), pawpaw is a tasty, custard-like fruit with distinct advantages for small farmers.
Looking for an easy-to-grow plant with income potential for your hobby farm? Blackberries and raspberries fit the bill and are a “berry” good idea.
You can get the most out of your garden this year by planting a healthy, nutritious crop (or ten) in your growing space. Grow your way to better health!
Looking for a new way to bring income to your small farm? Consider starting a pumpkin patch to grow seasonal squash for sale during harvest season.
Yellow Point Farms founder, Rebecca Dault, tells us how her family finds solace and happiness living the farm life in Vancouver Island. Also—goat yoga.