We recently purchased two Bee colonies in Langstroth Hives from a friend who lives near by and are super excited to have our own bees feeding on our newly planted […]
I attended a Regenerative Agriculture field day yesterday and heard Christine Jones speak for the first time. Her work on the Liquid Carbon Pathway is something all farmers need to […]
No I haven’t dropped off the planet …. we’ve been building a house! About 2 years ago my partner and I decided to make the big commitment and build a […]
Why have environmental writers and advocacy organizations succumbed to tunnel vision? Perhaps it’s simply that they assume systems thinking is beyond the capacity of policy makers. It’s true: If climate […]
Nice advice here.
Envy: What Good Can We Glean from Such a Toxic Emotion? Julie J. Exline Ph.D. It’s little wonder that we call envy the green-eyed monster. Given its destructive power in […]
What a fantastic project. I can relate to these people completely.
Interesting article …. seems all successful communities work from a core ethic and foundation, yet I’m not sure what this might be in this case …… maybe ‘love free from […]
January 2017 The first nuts have appeared on the Hazelnuts I planted in 2012. We had a really wet winter in 2016 and I suspect the Hazels benefited. Some plants […]
The cool climate of New England, Australia is perfect for growing garlic, our garlic gets the ‘cold treatment’ it needs to induce good growth. Purple harvest is ready for sale, […]