Parsley is slow to grow, but it yields a lot, is profitable and brightens up a market table. Here are all the reasons market farmers should consider it.
Knowing about your products, how they’re named and evaluated, and the customers buying them will help you sell more of your own farm fresh eggs.
Starting certain things in the fall will get your garden ready for spring and cut down on the amount of work you’ll have to do during that busy time.
The Women, Food & Agriculture Network, or WFAN, aims to create an ecological and just food and agricultural system through individual and community power.
In perennially dry or drought-stricken areas, homeowners and businesses often turn to drought-resistant landscaping called xeriscaping. Here are xeriscaping plants you can grow and sell.
Sunflowers have multiple components that are good for food, structure, pollination and medicinal uses. Here’s an overview of this remarkable plant.
July and early August can be a harsh time on a farm, when things can seem futile and repetitive. Here are ways to find inspiration that will help you regain enthusiasm.
Point your bees to a singular source, and bottle the specific flavor of your neighborhood. Here are tips on producing varietal honey.