Kathy Unger, of Unger Farms, talks about her Albion strawberries, and their amazing longevity for reliably producing fruit from June through October. Their flavor, is perhaps second only to the (unbelievably great) Hood River variety in the region.
Clare Carver shares her thoughts on all that goes into the making of farm fresh eggs and their final destination inside the egg carton.
Kendra Kimbirauskas raises heritage breed pastured pigs, breeds them to produce tender, and flavorful meats.
Lon Rombough, author of The Grape Grower: A Guide to Organic Viticulture, shares a personal family story about the origin of his father’s apple tree, and how it evolved into something quite spectacular. In this video, Rombough’s story reveals not only a remarkable mind that grasps the complexities of nature at a deeper level, but […]
Roger Rainville’s biodiesel production system was developed over time to create more on-farm energy independence.
How can Tom Trantham’s cows graze alfalfa and not be susceptible to bloat?
More people are growing their own food this year, many for the first time. Growing and harvesting green beans as we see in the video is one of the easier backyard foods to grow and manage.
In this video, 2 beekeepers demonstrate how to collect a wild honeybee swarm comprising about 7000 honeybees. A swarm is the natural mechanism for bees to divide the colony in order to find a new home.
To Jon Bansen, a third-generation organic dairyman, healthy soil translates into healthy dairy cows, and ultimately tastier, and more nutritious milk.
Veteran beekeeper Glen Andresen discusses the basic equipment for beginning beekeepers.