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Book Review: The Winter Harvest Handbook by Eliot Coleman

Usually in mid to late September, I start closing down my garden.  I deadhead all the perennial flowers so they don’t go to seed.  And yank out tomato plants that clearly have nothing more to give, etc. I tidy up the beds so things will be ready to go in the spring when it’s time […]

Some Very Basic Organic Gardening Advice: Stay in “Learning Mode”

I just wanted to share a quick idea that has helped me over the years to have a successful, productive garden. In a recent blog post, I talked about how important it is to re-connect with your original inspiration for gardening organically. One of the best ways that I’ve found to stay inspired is to […]

The Garden in Your Soil and the Garden in Your Soul: 7 Tips for When You’ve Lost Your Inspiration to Garden Organically

I just want to take a minute and ask: How is your garden doing this year? Depending on when you’re reading this, you may be in the late spring or early summer when things are hopping and the daily duties in the dirt are demanding. You may be in full harvest season. Or it may […]

9 Reasons You Should Raise Your Own Organic Chickens

Back one summer when I was still in grade school, we went to visit my grandparents down in Breckenridge, Texas. They had some longtime family friends, Howard and Patricia Swanson, who lived on a cattle ranch not too far from town and we went for a visit one bright sunny morning. Now, I grew up […]

Why You Should Grow Extra Produce in Your Organic Garden

I’ll never forget the look on my friend Carol’s face when I brought her some fresh tomatoes from my grandpa’s garden one hot afternoon the summer between sophomore and junior year in high school. She was ecstatic! Personally, I was yet not a tomato lover and was happy to unload the unwelcome balls of red […]