Miolea Organic Farm -
Tuesday July 01, 2014 - By Brian
It is farmer’s market time. From the beginning of our foray into growing professionally, eventually you hear someone say “So and so grows using organic methods but they are not certified”. Then it is usually followed up with "They say...
Harvest Michigan -
Thursday June 05, 2014 - By Local Foodette
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Arcadia Farms -
Friday April 19, 2013 - By Katie
A few posts ago I shared that one of the
biggest challenges I face personally as a market-gardener is being
disciplined to start seeds when I’m scheduled to start them. Life is
full of distractions and shifting priorities which means that more than...
The Shire -
Wednesday May 04, 2011 - By Laohaire
Welcome to our Community! We extend from The Owyhee Mountains to Treasure Valley and would love for you to learn about us. We raise Ancient and American Heritage breeds of livestock and produce. We have reproduced an Iron Age Keep and a Native...
Peacefully Homegrown -
Monday February 21, 2011 - By email@example.com
Hi Everyone, This is my first blog post for Peacefully HomeGrown on LocalHarvest.org, and I would like to share a bit of information on myself and my business. First of all, thank you to everyone who has purchased from my LocalHarvest store since I made my...
Rainbow Ranch Farms -
Friday January 14, 2011 - By Poly
How to Grow Bean Sprouts SIMPLE
Dragonfly Farms -
Sunday March 21, 2010 - By Teresa
It's day break and the sun is coming up over the ridge, it's a clear and crisp 22 this morning. I don't think it even made it to 42 yesterday. Yesterday the whole day was cold and windy not a great day to be outside digging beds. So instead I spent the morning...
Bayview Veggies -
Tuesday October 06, 2009 - By Rhonda
Harlingen Farmers Market coming soon!!
The market will be held weekly on Saturday afternoons at El Mercado Mall, at the intersection of Morgan and 77 Sunshine Strip in Harlingen. There is plenty of shade - our tables will be in a...
Blue Faerie Farm -
Friday June 05, 2009 - By Ray & Jan
We found a break in the rain Wednesday long enough to work on the backlog of planting. I was putting in some Ronde de Nice zucchini and some yellow crookneck and working as fast as I could with the storm clouds coming over the mountains. In the back of my mind...
Re Rustica -
Wednesday February 04, 2009 - By fullofbeans
You can learn a lot about farming from looking at your car or truck in the early hours of the morning.
Sometimes, they are covered with a fine layer of frozen water because the air inside is of a different temperature than the air outside. This...
Sage Hill Farms -
Thursday January 29, 2009 - By Bea
Herbs In The Home.......
Herbs are much more than good smelling green things to add to your soup-pot.
From the kitchen to the bath, herbs can fill many needs and add pleasure and health benefits to almost every aspect of daily life.