As summer growing winds down in the Mother Earth News Community Garden, the birdhouse gourds and luffa are just getting started.
Gardens can both protect and be protected from wildfire. Though nothing is foolproof—everything depends on the situation.
Learn about the business of flower farming from Emily Copus of Carolina Flowers. Buying flowers from local farmers not only stimulates your economy, it may also promote social justice.
Vibrant garden crops during a drought? It's possible. Here are some successful planning and coping strategies.
Three different methods to grow potatoes, including the trench method, the tower method, and the hay method.
Developing good garden soil can help in drought, fire, cold, and flood no matter where in the country you garden.
Hornworms are large caterpillars capable of doing serious damage to tomato crops. Here is information on how to spot when they are attacking your plants, how to find them, and when not to kill them! (When they are parasitized)
Have you ever considered a career in farming but weren’t completely sure it would be right for you? This video blog is for you, as working Oregon farmers at differing stages of their careers share their thoughts on what it means to be a farmer, featuring Rogue Farm Corps’ educational program for future farmers.
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