In central Kentucky, a resourceful family lives and works on an off-grid homestead with the help of a greenhouse, extensive gardens and a working sawmill.
As we grapple with fears over food insecurity during uncertain times, there’s never been a better time to convert green space into an edible ecosystem.
From the time and money you’ll save to the benefits for pollinators and the planet, there’s never been a better time to grow a grass-free yard.
You can heat your water using just the sun. Not to be confused with solar power arrays, solar thermal systems turn sunshine into relaxing, hot showers.
If you’re thinking about organic certification, it’s a bit of a process, but that green seal may just be worth it, even for small farmers.
Starting a field-gleaning program to donate seconds produce is a great way to help others—and reap benefits for your farm in the process.
Want good, healthy soil for years to come? Use regenerative agriculture methods to let your livestock help improve your cropland and pastures.