"The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings." - Masanobu Fukuoka
They lead good lives... but they were getting too big near some buildings and we need the space for activities... and social distancing protocol.
Wow, sexy seed magic.
Wow! Thanks to Chandra who shared this in the garden group.
And all we need is AI tech to harvest efficiently.
Martin Crawford's forest garden is abundant, diverse, edible, and might be one answer to the future of food systems.
Meet St. Compost
You can’t grow food without this nutrient
Gardening Ideas Daily
While most people have never heard of cucamelons, this fruit is definitely one you'll want to learn about. Here's how to grow it, harvest it and use it.
A proposed law in Tennessee would make it illegal to drink unpasteurized milk from your own cow, goat or sheep.
I know you milk your nuts everyday too.
By KNOW IDEAS MEDIA
Naranj!?!? Makes so much senseless.
Everything you know about oranges is a lie
Cash crop cup? Great way to turn an inexpensive gourd into a value added product!
These homegrown, biodegradable cups are one startup's attempt at reducing plastic waste
What you didn’t want to know... alas, knowledge is power.
The brown marmorated stinkbug is an invasive species originally from Asia. A threat to agriculture and a nuisance to homeowners, this pest has devastated fru...
Visit this Michigan farm for its spiritually-healing mystical lavender labyrinth. The lavender is in full bloom at this time of year.
Top 8 Richest Farmers in The World
When you say “farmer”, you usually think of a person who spends most of their time in the field, trying to get the best crops even when the elements are agai...
Spirals... you can never get back to the same place... just like life.
Meet the artist who uses math to make never-ending blooming sculptures.
Using ingredients such as game meat, foraged plants, and wild grains, The Sioux Chef is reviving indigenous ingredients
On the wish list.
Upgrade your grilling game.
OMFG! So much this!
This machine makes planting a breeze!
incredible star trail photo taken by Tracy Lee
Sunsets on the farm
Our barn... on a starry night!
60 Likes, 9 Comments - Tracy Lee () on Instagram: “I really didn't shoot much in the month of June and it wasn't because of not wanting to, it was…”
If the ticks weren't enough fun this season... queue the inconveniently located bumblebee nest!
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How To Grow Your Own Loofah Sponge - Rodale’s Organic Life
You’ve probably had or used a loofah sponge in your life, whether in the bath or for cleaning around the house. But did you know it was made from a vegetable? While much of the marketing of loofahs shows the sponge in a sea-side setting, surrounded by seashells and the like, loofahs are not the rema...
Because we like to turn our guests dreams into reality... check out this better than new high powered "they don't make them like this anymore" KitchenAid dishwasher! Best part is it was marked 50% off so we got it for $10! It was defective but the engineering department had it fixed and running in a few hours. Looking forward to putting this 15 amp heavy duty appliance to use and seeing if it's more effective than today's fancy low powered dish sanitizers.
Pesticide use in farming is a complicated and controversial issue.
This four minute video explains why we choose to farm organically, and what concerns us about the current direction of agriculture, both in the UK and globally.
Read more at www.riverford.co.uk/nature-not-nasties.
Our habitat garden provides a places for native bees to raise their young, both in the ground and in bee houses. It also provides cover and food in spring, summer, and fall.
Carbon Ranching: The Secret Identity of a Climate Hero
The Perennial explains how animals can be part of fighting climate change. Illustrations by Jon Adams; animation by Bonfire Labs.
This former gangster is healing his neighborhood through organic gardening.
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