OSU’s Community and Urban Horticulturist, Weston Miller, demonstrate ways to extend the growing season by planting earlier, and growing later in the season.
For the backyard gardener and small farmer who wants to grow a variety of food crops with a focus on urban agriculture
Oregon State University Extension Service Urban horticulturist Weston Miller, demonstrates two methods for planting early season vegetables: direct seeding to the garden and indoor seeding.
For those with little direct gardening experience, this introductory video will help you choose the right garden tools to properly manage your vegetable garden.
Weston Miller, an OSU Extension Service Community and Urban Horticulturist, shares 12 garden planning tips to help you make the most out of your growing season.
In an effort to learn where our food comes from, cookbook author Ivy Manning visits a local farm to find out more about Lacinato kale.
Normally, picking beans, strawberries, and pickling cucumbers by hand is demanding work. With this unusual device, that job has become a little easier for workers on Bi-Zi Farms in Vancouver, Washington.
Manuel Recio, of Veridian Farms, shows us some of the uncommon types of beans that he grows from the Basque region of Spain and Southern France. One of the beans shown in this video are grown by only 9 farmers in the world!
Is dairy farming right for you? In this video, dairyman, Garry Hansen shares his perspective of the lifestyle, what he loves about being a dairy farmer.
For two years, urban farmer Amanda Morse has grown food almost year-round on her farm in Portland. She markets her food to local restaurants and to customers direct through her farm stand.