With proper precautions, you can minimize damage to poultry, livestock and pets without disrupting the balance of nature. Here are facts on common predators and the clues they leave.
Are you considering raising your own holiday turkey? Learn whether turkeys, which originated in North and Central America, are the right fit for your flock.
As community-supported agriculture operations get more popular you might have difficulty finding enough members. Here are some ways around that.
In her new book, Rhonda Sherman describes the science as well as the business of vermicomposting in clear and relevant detail.
In his book, Gabe Brown tells how being pushed to the brink of financial ruin led to the almost accidental discovery of profitable and planet-friendly practices.
Saving your own seeds saves money and lets you always grow your favorite varieties. Learn how to dry seeds before storing them for use in next year’s garden.
Occasional leafminers in Swiss chard can make this relatively trouble-free crop problematic. Learn how to ID and control this pest without synthetic pesticides.
Dioscorea bulbifera, the air potato, can grow as much as 8 inches in a day. It has been used in herbal remedies to treat dysentery, diarrhea, sores and tumors.