What Is The Value Of Work?

What Is The Value Of Work?

Something I read the other day made me ponder about the nature of work. Or, more precisely, how many of us of Occidental cultures view work. I now know we have it wrong. In mankind’s rush from an agrarian society to an industrial one, increases in human productivity...
Raw Milk As Soil Input

Raw Milk As Soil Input

Field trials show applying milk to pasture is increasing Brix values, reducing compaction and increasing tonnage. There’s much buzz surrounding raw milk, and it’s not flies or even the debate about selling raw milk for human consumption. The buzz is positive and...
Five Lessons From A First-Time Beekeeper

Five Lessons From A First-Time Beekeeper

guest writer Jared Stanley So you haven’t even started keeping bees yet and you’ve already been stung. Stung with that lust for everything beekeeping promises to provide. Namely, an endless supply of golden sticky sweet stuff. Sure, we know the bees will help with...
Book Review: Born Again Dirt

Book Review: Born Again Dirt

The number of speakers, consultants and authors in the world of sustainable farming and gardening has exploded. There’s restorative agriculture, permaculture and Farming God’s Way, to name just a few. And then there’s Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms teaching us to...

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