Month: February 2015

Did You Know – National CSA Day and More

It’s been a busy day here with warmer weather following the cold we’ve been having. Today was designated national CSA day – supporting those who, like us, have offerings for Community Supported Agriculture. For the weekend, we’re offering a special FREE book to help folks make the most of their CSA share and beyond the […]

Daily Farmer February 28, 2015

The Crossroads of Winter: More or Less There are no photographs of crossroads in this post. It is meant to be a metaphor. Our days have been dawning with subzero temperatures. The sun shines through the day just enough to…

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The Crossroads of Winter: More or Less

There are no photographs of crossroads in this post. It is meant to be a metaphor. Our days have been dawning with subzero temperatures. The sun shines through the day just enough to allow the air temperature to rise above zero. Too quickly, the sun se…

The Crossroads of Winter: More or Less

There are no photographs of crossroads in this post. It is meant to be a metaphor. Our days have been dawning with subzero temperatures. The sun shines through the day just enough to allow the air temperature to rise above zero. Too quickly, the sun se…

Daily Farmer February 27, 2015

The Colt Cam Chronicles If you don’t follow me on Instagram or Facebook (though the two aren’t playing nice, lately), you’ve probably missed out on the snippets of video I’m posting. I wish every… Read More! Story Behind the Meme…

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The Colt Cam Chronicles

If you don’t follow me on Instagram or Facebook (though the two aren’t playing nice, lately), you’ve probably missed out on the snippets of video I’m posting. I wish every video editor was as handy to use as Instagram’s. Suggestions anyone? I’ve got three or four on my phone and I kind of hate them […]

Story Behind the Meme – Small Farms

Some time ago I made a couple of photo memes that I share from time to time. I thought I’d take a few minutes to share why it was made, as some are offended by it. It’s a slam on large farms, or it’s a negative. It’s reality. The first one is one intended to […]

Through the Window: Woodpeckers

Late February has brought long cold days. The sun stays with us for hours longer than it did in the dark days of December, and it is even possible to feel a bit of warmth when in its direct glow. However, it is still clearly Winter around here. I have …

Through the Window: Woodpeckers

Late February has brought long cold days. The sun stays with us for hours longer than it did in the dark days of December, and it is even possible to feel a bit of warmth when in its direct glow. However, it is still clearly Winter around here. I have …

Daily Farmer February 26, 2015

Exchange Programs for Americans I was reading an article about the best (and worst) places to live – determining factors was income, college degrees, obesity rates. A part of a comment in the comment section had an idea that… Read…

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