If you're looking for a few top-notch books to give you a hand with your gardening, the author has some suggestions from her own gardening library.
This April, the “Our Farm, Our Future” will be held in St. Louis to bring together the agricultural community of America and educate farmers about new issues present in sustainable farming.
Keeping a log with data on our Three Sisters Garden can help us find out what our plants like and need. As we become aware of growth stages, patterns and relationships, we start seeing how this plant community interacts with the larger landscape around our garden as well as within it. Keeping brief notes on this can be valuable to our garden management now and in the future.
The 2018 Organic Seed Grower’s Conference saw huge crowds in Corvallis, Oregon this month.
Grow high yielding organic gardens from Raised Rows.
Depending on the state, you might be breaking the law when you package up seeds for your neighbor.
by Emily Murphy
Add some color to your garden then harvest the seeds for snacks and planting next year.
We gardeners can help restore topsoil and healthy nutrient cycling, reduce irrigation, sequester carbon, and provide food for pollinators on land we tend. And in so doing, we can feed ourselves fabulously. A great place to start is covering the soil with the Three Sisters companion plant community and cousins.