Category Archives: farming

What A Cow Taught Us About Free Range Learning

A happy moo day to you. Continue reading

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Growing Up Sarcastic & Self-Sufficient On The Farm

Natural learning and all sorts of friends serves as an antidote to cultural factors relentlessly trying to pressure young people into sameness. Continue reading

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Will Fracking Affect My Family?

Take a close look at how fracking might affect your food, your rights, your insurance, your health, and your environment. Continue reading

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Global Village Construction Set

DIY independence with all the comforts of modern life. Continue reading

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What’s Up On The Farm

It’s quiet on our little farm. Spring hasn’t really arrived in Ohio. Although I’m starting heritage tomato seeds, they’re waiting to spout in front of a window that still frosts over most nights. And it’s quiet on our farm website … Continue reading

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Thanks To Mom, We Tried Turkey Farming

Honoring those who have gone before us by pasture-raising turkeys. An experiment on our family farm. Continue reading

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Hay Now

This summer’s first cutting of hay is stacked in the barn. Seventeen acres of grasses transformed into golden squares, storing sun and soil’s energy for the winter ahead. The unsung miracle of grass is a beautiful illustration of nature’s wisdom. … Continue reading

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