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The Organic Growers School Blog
Your source for articles on growing and agriculture news, information about our programs and upcoming events, and tips and pointers for farmers, growers, homesteaders, and eaters of all shapes and sizes.
Dear Brandon, I’ve used tires as a stairway in my steep backyard. Would they be okay to use for plants I would eat: herbs, etc., or plants that produce squash, cucumber, strawberries, etc.? Thanks, Edrianna Stilwell Dear Edrianna, Thanks for the question. To...read more
Gabe Brown was a big hit a the 24th Annual OGS Spring Conference on March 10-12, 2017. Gabe is a nationally-recognized innovator of cover crop cocktails in no-till grain and livestock production systems. Gabe shared what he has learned over the 20+ years that he has...read more
by Jenna Baily Franny Tacy started Franny’s Farm in 2012 after leaving a high-powered, corporate-America job in Pharmaceutical sales. While her hands and heart seems to have always been in the dirt, her mind was focused on purpose and it is purpose that has driven all...read more
Organic Growers School is excited to be collaborating with The 2017 Home, Garden and Green Living Show (HGGLS)! The HGGLS has so many exciting vendors, products, DIY workshops, and seminars that will be of special interest to the OGS family. Mark your calendars for March 17-19 and plan to be at the US Cellular Center in downtown Asheville!read more