We love summer squash. We like grilling it, pickling it, stir frying it, sitting next to the duck pond with it, etc.. However, we don’t always do the best job […]
What’s the only caffeinated plant native to N. America? What stings like a jellyfish but tastes like flowers and cucumbers? The answers may be in your yard.
What do ladybug larvae look like? Or ladybug eggs? Find out to make sure you never accidentally kill these beneficial, predatory insects in your garden.
We just made garden huckleberry preserves that took us completely by surprise. Learn more about growing & eating this delightful Physalis/Nightshade berry.
Learn how to make elderberry syrup! Research confirms that elderberries are a delicious, flu and cold-fighting superfood.
Slate Magazine’s article about GMOs & biotech says there is no difference between organic and conventional agriculture (or food). We respectfully disagree.
An effective organic control method for Japanese Beetles…that makes eggs!
updated March 27, 2015 How to integrate and raise ducks into your urban farm or backyard A presentation prepared for the 2015 South Carolina Organization for Organic Living’s (SCOOL) annual […]
Epigenetics: what you eat, drink, smoke, think and do has a biological impact on your children and grandchildren.
Indigo Milk Cap Recipe – The Lactarius Indigo is one of the most beautiful mushrooms you’ll ever see (or eat).
Want to know how to naturally build healthy soil in your garden? We’ll explain how and show you a single image that says more than a a thousands words!
We’ve been a little quiet over the past few months, but we think we’ve got a good excuse. We’ve been putting all of our spare time into a project that […]
They’re pretty. They smell wonderful. And they taste amazing. Here are our three favorite wild edible flowers of spring…What are yours?
What lessons about life did we learn from the death of our duck? The answers may surprise you.
Our oldest Welsh Harlequin duck, Lady Margaret Thrasher, laid her first eggs today!