I like to take walks on the farm and during each walk I find something I had not noticed before. In the winter, I spend time visualizing what the fields of the farm will look like in the next season, and I know that this practice contributes greatly to the success of a particular season.
A pantry full of herbal vinegars is a constant delight. Preserving fresh herbs and roots in vinegar is an easy way to capture their nourishing goodness. It's easy too.You don't even have to have an herb garden.
This sweet yet savory compote is high in invaluable antioxidants and therefore exceptionally healthful. But first things first, it tastes delicious and is quick and easy to make. Purple or red grapes will yield a stellar purple or red color.
A new study shows organic production outperforms conventional in crop yield, soil fertility, pest reduction and economic return.
Have you ever wondered about the dab of juicy, grated white stuff that's served with tempura and sushi? It's grated daikon. Because this pearly white radish aids digestion it often appears with these dishes. Daikon also is a venerable weight loss remedy in Asia.
Learn about the cosmic and earthly streams of nutrition based upon the teachings of Rudolf Steiner and anthroposophical principles.
Learn how to cook delicious & nutritious whole foods for you and your family. Read Rebecca's story of how she cured herself of cancer.
Read about a real time day in the life of two farmers who bring food grown with love to 850 families in New York.
Read about the origins of community sponsored agriculture.
This Spring my farming partners and I found ourselves landless. For the past eight years, we had been actively exploring a variety of forms and practices of small-scale agriculture and restoration...This journey took us to Eastern Oregon to seek out Finisia Medrano, a.k.a. “Tranny Granny”, a Shoshone elder who knows the ways of “The Hoop”, an ancient tradition of food gathering and cultivation that sustained the Native Americans and the land in good health for thousands of years until being violently disrupted by the European Invasion. The Hoop is not dead but, as we were to see, is severely threatened.