Growing Grapes in Cold Climates
I distinctly remember planting my bare root grape vines in late April, 4 years ago, with a couple volunteers, Tim
5 Great Berries to Grow in Cold Climates
There is nothing quite like homegrown fruit. For me, the practice of wandering through my garden plucking tomatoes off the
Why you should grow fava beans
The growing season is in full swing and the garden is now in production mode. These are the days you
Pest and Weed Management Strategies
Next to dealing with late frosts in June, there’s nothing more frustrating as a gardener than having your plants munched
Gardening in small spaces
As more and more people move to urban areas, it’s become increasingly important to learn how to garden in small
Making your own garden fertilizer
Since I’ve now moved from planting to maintenance mode in my garden, it’s now time to think about fertilizing my
Attracting Pollinators to Your Garden
The veggie garden is planted, my food forest is chugging away and now it’s time to sit back, relax (kind
Tour of our Cold Climate Food Forest!
If you’re craving green and a little inspiration for the growing season ahead, then my video today is for you.
Permaculture and Climate Change
Every day, we are faced with ecological crises, natural disasters, conflict, war, and global epidemics. It’s often difficult to remain
A Five Minute Project to Cut Down on your Energy Use!
I talked in my last blog post about how our directive, in the global north, should not only be to grow our own
Permaculture in Guatemala
For the first two weeks of January, I was fortunate to be hired by Guatemala Village Health (GVH) to help