As we create “hygge” at our farmhouse during the darkest part of the season, we’d like to extend you warmth and coziness, as well.
Listening is a skill that farmers and gardeners must cultivate. During winter, turning our attention to sage storytellers is as natural as the changing of seasons.
Seeds are little packages of potential that can make lasting and meaningful gifts. Do some research to make sure you send the right seeds to the right person in the right place.
If you’re fortunate enough to have coniferous trees growing on your property, consider harvesting one of them to serve as a Christmas tree.
As snow hits the homestead, we stock our “medicine” cabinet with homemade elderberry syrup to help us navigate cold-and-flu season.
Real life is complex, and I’ll never have anyone else’s version of a perfect little farm. But it’s mine, and it fits me. Here’s how I cultivate homegrown gratitude.
A chicken harness is among the items we found on the web. Others include kitchenware, a treat holder and an urban-chicken starter kit.
This Thanksgiving, give thanks for a dinner that includes a turkey raised ethically on pasture by a local farmer. Here’s how to find such a bird.