Farmers and gardeners rely on rain. It makes a difference when they work the ground, when they plant, when they have free time. So after they plant, they anxiously await the smell of rain.
What do you do when it's time to start your garden but you might not be there for the harvest?
This time of year is when we head to the woods in search of the mighty morel. This elusive fungus can be persnickety, but, with a little patience and know-how, they can be successfully hunted and grown.
You don't have to have the traditional yard space to have a garden. With just a little ingenuity, anyone can enjoy the benefits of growing their own produce!
So many farms are going under because the next generation does not appreciate or understand farm life; we need to remedy this!
If you've decided your thumb is not green and thrown in the towel, I want to encourage you to give your garden a second look. Here are some tips to make this year's garden a success!
Every year, my husband likes to change things in the garden. This year, he is using ground level beds.
There are three simple but different ways to make a little extra money — or get a little extra help — around the farm.
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