April 7, 2017 Where are the best places to locate a beehive in your backyard? Veteran beekeeper, Glen Andresen, shares practical advice about the art of taking care of honeybees. This is an excerpt from a longer video (see Beekeeping Basics: Getting Started). In this video, Andresen talks about where to place your honeybee hives […]
Naomi Montacre, co-founder of Naomi’s Organic, shares some of her expert knowledge on raising backyard chickens.
It’s a remarkable personal story of triumph and perseverance in the face of dire circumstances.
In a recent Guardian post, there’s an effort underway in the state of Nebraska to enable farmers the right to repair electronic products that requires access to proprietary software.
Today’s article in the NYT is written by a british sheep farmer in the north of England whose livelihood is as old as the hills. 4500 years old to be more exact.
Hash and its gregarious companion— hashcapades— are a joyous romp and a satisfying culinary adventure.
In this John Hopkins Center For a Livable Future talk, Wendell Berry speaks of natural human limits and the need to respect them.
Some universities are offering online courses to help make it easier for new farmers to ramp up quickly. “The Cornell Small Farms Program offers over twenty courses each year to help farmers improve their technical and business skills.”
February 15, 2017 It’s an unusual story. A chocolatier who makes religious icons out of rich, dense chocolate. And the result, Sarah Hart adds a little more joy to the world. What’s wrong with that! Here’s a link to the full length version:Artisan Chocolate: A Minister’s Daughter
Kate McMillen of Lauretta Jean’s demonstrates how to make chocolate cream pie using fresh made dough and a filling made from scratch.