I Spent Three Days in Mendocino Learning About Dirt

Walking down to the Ecology Action research garden

Back in the beginning of March, I spent three days in the tiny town of Willits, CA, in Mendocino County learning about dirt. More specifically, I was attending a 3-day Grow Biointensive Workshop hosted by Ecology Action to delve deeper into our journey into sustainable mini-farming. We talked . . . → Read More: I Spent Three Days in Mendocino Learning About Dirt

Wheat Seedlings Getting Ready to Join the Fun

Our makeshift seedling start area flush with over 200 Dylan wheat seedlings, peering out into their new home.

Wheat Seedings Ready to Go. (Olympus E-P1, Lumix . . . → Read More: Wheat Seedlings Getting Ready to Join the Fun

Spring is Here! Kuo Family Garden Update

This weekend is our main spring planting date, which means there’s been a ton of prep work over the last month or so. A lot of that has been getting seedlings ready, but there’s also prepping the land, and finishing out our winter crops. Here’s the view of our garden as of a few days ago:

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Do You Know Where Your Food Comes From?

Kale, Brussel Sprout, and Nappa Cabbage Seedlings for Transplanting

Do you know where your food comes from? For the better part of my life, I’ve walked into the grocery store, picked produce or packaged food based on a combination of what I wanted to eat and price, swiped my credit card, and walked out the door. When I got home, I stuck it in the . . . → Read More: Do You Know Where Your Food Comes From?