Soap and water for to keep it clean…

I love this time of year. Growing, scissoring and selling micogreens and “petite” greens weekly.

Spring has sprung!

It’s that time of the year again. Starting and caring for spring seedlings. I picked up a Valley Tool broadfork which has become a real asset. Far easier than a roto-tiller and just as effective with the ultimate goal being water infiltration, unlocking nutrients, and air/oxygen availability. Microgreens have been *the* market item until my spring succession has grown to maturity. 

I’ve been busy trying to close on a contract, starting early season things and preparing some of the beds some months out with a nice compost.

Here’s a feature on community gardens and efforts to encourage inner-city participation.

Spring is around the corner. Here’s some ideas on how-to arrange your materials/garden/farm/land.

A recent visit with Joseph Holzer @ Krameterhof, Austria

We are the Lexicon of Sustainability. We are a multi-platform project that just last month was awarded the Food, Inc’s Non-profit Award! Our project is based on a simple premise: people can’t be expected to live more sustainable lives if they don’t know the most basic terms and principles that define sustainability.

Food forest suburbs, Davis California

30 years prior

Sturgill Simpson - Medicine Springs

We had a really hearty thanksgiving. Turkey didn’t finish in the oven, so I threw ‘er on the grill, haha.

Do y’all like these diddies I put together?

Just a little micro-green setup for winter growing

Gals from my neck o’ the woods

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