Two Common Mistakes in Planting Food Forests and How to Prevent Them
I don’t know about you but my garden is close to being fully planted! I hope yours is too, despite
Top 5 Perennial Tea Plants for Cold Climates
What a weekend! If you’re like me and you live in the Gallatin Valley, last weekend didn’t really get me
April Greenhouse Tour!
Spring planting is underway and I am so ready for warmer weather and spring blooms! The Nanking cherries, dwarf Russian almonds
Early Season Seed-Saving Tips
It is imperative that we, as stewards of Earth, ensure a safe and varied seed supply to pass along to
Top 5 Takeaways from this Growing Season
As always, the end of the year is a time of reflection. This year is no different. It’s one of
Permaculture’s 2nd ethic and why I’ll be shopping as local as possible this holiday season (and why you should too!)
I’ve been spending way more time indoors the past few weeks (and it’s not just because we’re in a pandemic
Tour of our Food Forest!
Fall has arrived in Montana and even though we’re still enjoying warm days, the evenings are getting cooler, the leaves
Tour of My Greenhouse in July
I can’t believe it’s already mid-August! Summers in Montana are always short but this one seems to have flown by.
Looking to the Future: Permaculture and Resilient Life Practices
Resilience is designing for wellness through time.
Tour of My Kitchen Garden
I hope your gardens are growing well. It’s the height of the season and that sweet time of year. I
I’ve been thinking a lot about composting over the past couple of weeks. Probably because turning my compost pile is
Yoga Poses for Gardeners
If your weekend was anything like mine, then your body, especially your back, may be feeling a little sore. I