North Star Homestead Farms, LLC -
Thursday October 16, 2014 - By Ann, Laura, and Kara
Some folks think that farming
is for the asocial, with lots of time alone on the tractor. It’s a job for folks who like animals better
than people or who just want to grow things and not deal with marketing. But for the small-scale, farm-to-table...
Alternative Community Farmer/WPB.FL -
Wednesday July 30, 2014 - By Tony
Learning about HOW TO garden is first and foremost a THEORY STATE of MIND!!! Where to garden is another state of finding the THEATER to practice what we learn?The persisting DILEMMA of HOW and WHERE to grow our...
Johnson's Family Farm -
Wednesday March 26, 2014 - By Bill
Things are ramping up for 2014! we are excited to introduce our new line of Ebooks! it took us over 2 years to get the licensing worked out! but we know we are making a valuable contribution to local farmers and communities! here's our latest book: ...
Triton's Farm -
Monday May 20, 2013 - By Triton
This week on the farm: I thought I had the water all figured out and then the pump went out. I would like to say when it rains it pours, but I would like a drenching of rain right now. I think the average rainfall in May is .65 inches. I guess there's not much...
Three Dog Farmstead -
Wednesday May 01, 2013 - By Christina
Just wanted to link you to an article I read this morning. There are more and more stories these days of how chickens, and other poultry, are assisting individuals with autism and other mental and learning handicaps. It's quite a joy to read how folks...
Arcadia Farms -
Monday March 18, 2013 - By Katie
At the beginning of this year Arcadia Farms teamed up with two other
local growers to respond to a proposal for providing fresh, naturally
and locally grown veggies to a local childcare facility. We’re so
excited to let you know that our growers group...
North Star Homestead Farms, LLC -
Thursday March 14, 2013 - By Ann, Laura, and Kara
If ducks were people, there would be 17 extra obituaries in
the paper this week: Miss Puddle Duck. Loved water sports, green leafy vegetables,
and rainy days. She will be remembered
for her joyous attitude and comic antics.
For Dragonflies And Me -
Thursday September 06, 2012 - By Neil & Jean
I think the Family Room in a home should speak loudly about the
lady of the house. It should be a reflection of her personality
and what she loves... for me, it's the cottage garden, the
perfect blue, summer sky and coziness of soft...
At Home in Nature -
Tuesday May 10, 2011 - By Mary
If you ask us, and we do get asked a lot, the best book to learn about farming and gardening (or to learn a few new tricks if you're a life long farmer or gardener) is to go to the source: Jethro Tull's Horse Hoeing Husbandry, the first, and still the best,...
Spring Hill Farms -
Wednesday January 19, 2011 - By David
Helping hold pigs One
of the reasons I started farming again was I wanted my kids to
experience the life I had as a child. I believe there are many reasons
why kids should spend time on a small farm. Heck they should visit a
giant factory farm...
Grow And Share -
Saturday October 31, 2009 - By Kay
Grow And Share is working with several Franklin County schools, providing supplies and assistance to install school gardens. The students and teachers will then tend the gardens in the Spring, eat their harvest, and share a portion of their harvest too. We're...
The Organic Youth Learning Project -
Monday April 27, 2009 - By Just
A blessing in disguise. . . The rain will temper my procrastination. Thank you to all whom have been helpful. The Organic Youth gives second chances. . .
Trautman Family Farm -
Monday November 17, 2008 - By Scott&JulieTraut
Over a year ago now, I, Scott Trautman, picked up the latest MATC class guide, and noticed there was an Ag department, but no farming classes, and definitely no organic farming classes. I contacted the director of the ag department, and with him and the fine...