by guest blogger Tim Mountz. This time of the year if I am not in the fields planting, I am out in the woods. I do a lot of trail-running, but I’m also an avid hiker and forager. I spent the last few weeks in the woods because the ramps were up and ready to pull almost two weeks ahead of schedule.
by guest blogger Robyn Jasko. It’s time to redefine the modern homestead. There are so many simple ways we can start growing our own food. And you don’t have to have a huge patch of land, own a tractor, or spend a ton of time or money to get growing. Here are five simple ways to get started
The pulse-quickening thrill of going to a good plant nursery and garden shop is probably equivalent to a guy going to the Superbowl when his favorite team is playing. Well, of all the nurseries I’ve been to, Terrain at Styer’s is my favorite.
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A few weekends ago was the first-ever Organic Tulip Festival at the Rodale Institute. Check out these pictures and head out to the farm if you can, just to see them before they are done blooming.
No matter how many years pass by, each new spring brings with it the hope and optimism of a new garden. Seed packets are like candy to me, and I buy them impulsively and just because the wrapping makes me excited.
Spring is a time to start over and try new things, but after 30 years of gardening, there are the tried-and-true that simply must be planted every year. This is my list.
by guest blogger Coach Mark Smallwood. Six things to say to friends, family, and total strangers when they tell you organics can’t feed the world