It's helpful, when establishing a garden, to think of soil fertility management as three stages, with garden building and long-term maintenance as the final two.
Laura Cox from the Tennessee-based agricultural cooperative Cox Homestead tells us how overcoming a bout of the flu led to inventing one of her venture's most popular products.
Clay-heavy soil may be a pain in the garden, but playing around with natural clay has its charms. Here's how to harvest and wet process your own clay.
There are different ways to protect chickens against predators, but electric fencing is one popular and effective method. Here's how to get started with electrified poultry protection.
A rain gauge is one of the simplest and most practical tools a farmer can have, but installing one requires finding just the right location.
Building a DIY rain barrel and drip line system for your garden or small farm is an easy and economical way to irrigate your crops.
This versatile recipe, excerpted from Alan Bergo's The Forager Chef’s Book of Flora, brings vibrant green from foraged milkweed for a tasty pasta dish.