WNC CRAFT: Small-Scale Dairy at Homemade in Marshall
The Many Uses and Benefits of Yucca
by Guest Blogger Jenny Holt The yucca, not to be confused with the yuca or cassava root, is a...
Farm Beginnings Graduation 2017
WNC CRAFT: Biodynamic Farming at Green Toe Ground
WNC CRAFT: Skills for Every Farmer’s Toolbelt
WNC CRAFT visits Franny’s Farm to learn more about agritourism in Western North Carolina. Practical tips and lessons learned.
Food for Thought on Genetic Modification
Genetically modified foods and their implications is a hot topic these days--both in...
Farmscaping and Beneficial Insects with Patryk Battle, Living Web Farms
Farmscaping is an ecological approach to designing and managing farm landscapes to achieve a specific purpose. Increasing and managing biodiversity can be done to provide harborage and sustenance to beneficial organisms such as insects, birds and bats, for instance. When asked to share what he knows about “companion planting” and supporting beneficial insects, Pat Battle responded that farmscaping is his preferred approach.
Alternative Certification Options: Find GOOD Food Using the OGS Farm Network
Here at OGS we like to celebrate farms that are doing the things we believe in -- making local,...