SO you want to start an egg CSA? Part 1

So, you want to start an egg CSA?  Feeling overwhelmed?  How do I start an egg CSA?  How many hens should I have?  How doe I hatch enough birds?  What kind of birds should I get?  How will I keep chickens? What kind of infrastructure do I need? How... In the next series of articles [...]

By | April 13th, 2017|chicken education, How to Farm|0 Comments

Trellising Tomatoes for a Successful Harvest

Trellis your tomatoes now for ease of care all summer... Staking tomatoes is not necessary if you are canning and don't care what the tomatoes look like.  Staking does allow for adequate air circulation and ease of harvest.  In addition, you can cut limbs off for less cumbersome plants and by having fewer limbs devote [...]

By | March 20th, 2017|How to Farm|0 Comments

Planting Organic Strawberries

Planting organic strawberries takes some forethought.  Berries are highly profitable if planted correctly and fed in a timely fashion.  Use this tips to help you be successful! Planting Plant strawberries in well drained fertile soil in early spring when ground can be worked. This is the most important step! Buy bare root [...]

By | March 6th, 2017|How to Farm, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sweet Squash Soup with Quinoa

This is one of my all time favorite soups, especially in winter.  With its apricot nectar it really is a sweet treat.  I love quinoa and squash.  While most soups take a few hours to develop this is done in an hour from prep to table.  I suggest serving with a savory bread or dehydrated [...]

By | February 20th, 2016|Recipes|0 Comments

How to Plant an Orchard

When planting an orchard there are a couple things that will help make your experience a success. Find a nursery that has healthy plants.  Ask around for recommendations. It is best to buy your bare root trees and get them in BEFORE they bud out.  As you can see we were late in doing this. [...]

By | February 15th, 2016|How to Farm|0 Comments