When we think of growing food for our family right outside our door, there are all kinds of excuses that can crop up to stop us in our tracks. That’s because we have a certain idea of what a garden or micro-farm should look like. Here are five myths about micro-farming that can keep you […]
It’s fall! Whether you planted a fall garden or are putting your garden to bed for the winter, here’s what to do in October.
As the fall season draws to a close, gardeners turn to season extension techniques to maintain crops right through the winter. Cold frames are effective at insulating the winter garden against a killing frost.
A community garden demonstrates a permaculture response to land repair, community fellowship, and growing food.
Our first worm bin was a gift, and we fussed over our new collection of worms like new parents. Unfortunately, our inexperience led to some problems. Here’s a look at the new bin, the mistakes we made, and the problems that ensued.
Sometimes things go wrong in a worm bin and fruit flies develop. Learn how to get rid of them quickly, and how to avoid getting them again in the future.