White Sonora Wheat – Perfect Grain for the Home Gardener, Fall is in the Air!, Alice Berner’s Cornbread & Your Gardening Questions Answered
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Share Your Garden Photos, We Need Your Reviews, Fall and Winter Gardening – Plan Now & Your Gardening Questions Answered
Try this traditional Italian fermented tomato conserve for your huge harvest of heirloom tomatoes.
Chiles can be grown with great success in many varied garden climates across America. We give you some good tips for a great start in your garden!
Homemade Chile Coloradito Sauce, Starting Seeds at Home – a Deeper Look, Early Spring Plantings, The Easy Organic Gardener Radio Show & Edible Spring Flowers for Your Garden
2013 Heirloom Seeds Catalog in the Mail, The Seed Underground – A Revolution to Save Food, Terroir Seeds to Keynote Missouri Organic Association Conference, New Heirloom Seed Arriving! & Seed Reviews
Horsepower is an online marketplace that helps consumers find producers and provides a portal for producers to market their goods equitably.
Fish emulsion feeds the soil and plants with biologically available nutrients while increasing soil and microbe health. Make the best emulsion at home!
Sophisticated New York City school kids are reconnecting with their food, and the world, through a school garden.
Planting Your Fall Garden, The National Heirloom Exposition, Harvesting Tips and Tricks & Refer A Gardener Program
Local, sustainable food is being grown in a former strip mall parking lot of the Holland Town Center in Holland, MI for local residents.
The heirloom tomato has seen a meteoric rise over the past few years. We share tips to get the best out of your heirloom tomato plants!
Raising backyard chickens is becoming increasingly popular, no matter where you live. Growing heirloom vegetables is the best way to feed them well.
Good seed starting media is essential for healthy strong transplants for the home gardener. We show the different elements for a great seed starting media.
Our thoughts on Barry Estabrooks’ December 2011 article in The Atlantic on local organic agriculture and feeding the world.
Seeds and Soil- Foundations of a Great Garden Now that you’ve done some thinking about gardening, decided on what you really like to eat and are itching to start, let’s look at the two biggest foundations of your future awesome garden- seeds and soil. Entire books have been written about both of these topics, indeed, […]
The National Heirloom Exposition, The Tale of Two Seeds, How’s Your Garden Producing?, 100% Pure Shea Butter & The Cycle of Terroir Presentation
A look at two seed production models- heirloom seed vs hybrid seed- is presented from a quality vs quantity viewpoint.
The National Heirloom Exposition, Tomatoes Love Tums® and Molasses, Potato Leaf and Regular Leaf Tomato & Free Seed for Your Reviews
The Mother Earth News Fair, The National Heirloom Exposition, Braised and Herb Marinated Carrot Recipes, 10% Off of Everything Through June & Companion Planting with Herbs
The Terroir-ist’s Manifesto for Eating asks you to deeply consider where your food comes from, in in considering it, get to know it much better.
The snows have melted off, but the clouds are gathering for more rain or possibly snow showers and we show our progress for this year’s garden.
There are many ways to introduce needed minerals into your garden. We show how to address the trace elements that are limiting factors when not present.
How to build healthy, vibrant garden soil that is not only incredibly productive but provides pest and disease resilience with mineral restoration.
How using Stone Age agriculture may just be the best way to build the health, fertility, resiliency and nutrient cycling of the soil several fold.
This is a different approach for creating a healthy garden, starting with the soil. What we have learned is that everything really does start with the soil.
A well reasoned and thoughtful article on “Is Organic Food More Nutritious Than Conventional Food?”. The answer isn’t as obvious as you think.
Oregano is a common kitchen herb, but is used for more than cooking. Experience the amazing flavor and aroma this easy to grow heirloom herb offers.
We are finishing up our raised bed garden, which will be both production garden for our family, and a test garden for the seed business.
What’s a home garden worth? With the global economy spiraling downward it’s a good question to ask and a good time to ask it.