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Produce Profile: Mighty Mustard Greens

With a flavor loved by some, feared by others, mustard greens are a spicy and beautiful leafy brassica that grows fast and reigns as a cool-season champion.

Lisa MunniksmaJanuary 1, 2021
A Vintage Wood-Burning Stove Helps Fuel The Modern Day Settler

Kate St.Cyr, known online as the Modern Day Settler, tells us about staying self-sufficient at her antique 1790s New England homestead.

Replace Traditional ‘Clean-Up’ Practices For Healthier (& Livelier!) Gardens

Leaving leaves and refuse in place during end-of-season garden cleanup creates much-needed haven for birds, amphibians, pollinators and more.

The Challenge Of Living Off-Grid Is Easier Than Ever

Living off-grid isn’t as crazy as it used to be, and it’s not nearly as difficult or expensive as it once was. Here are some tips for going off the grid.

Anita KelmanOctober 27, 2020
Use Digital Content To Connect With Farm Customers

If you're not creating digital content to engage people with your farm, now is the time to start. Here are some tips for online marketing.

Susan BrackneyOctober 2, 2020
Cut the Shiitake By Growing Your Own Mushrooms

Shiitake mushrooms are a delicious (and potentially profitable) crop that, with some time and effort, you can cultivate on your property.

Produce Profile: Grow Radicchio for Fall Garden Color and Hardiness

A pop of fuchsia in a fall garden means radicchio is on the menu. Grow this bitter, brilliant vegetable for some cool-weather color.

Cover Crops Help Improve Soil, Garden Produce & Climate Conditions

Leaving garden soil bare can contribute to erosion and the release of carbon into the atmosphere, but planting cover crops can do a lot of good.

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