Saturday July 11, 2020 Not sure when I have felt so inspired and accomplished in garden work. Yet, I’m not completely exhausted from doing it. I’ve just come indoors from my chore time in my research no-till garden. One hour in this garden on Saturday mornings, alone with just 3 pieces of home lawn equipment
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When I started dabbling with using the silage tarp technique several years ago I didn’t understand how it could impact my gardening and farming future. It solves problems I’ve faced in the past and is an excellent alternative to tilling the soil—-especially if you don’t have a tiller or tractor. I will admit I stumbled
When I was getting on the bus to leave Spring Forth Farm, I knew I would be back. From the organized appearance of the farm to hearing their story and then the teaching began, wowza. My wheels started turning. Before I left their farm that day over a year ago, I planted the seed
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Late summer is the perfect time to take stock of the problem areas in your garden. They are usually very evident as extreme conditions like drought or to much rain have flushed them out. Make a plan to tackle those areas in fall when the temperatures maybe a little more accommodating to work outdoors. Checkout my