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I can’t fully express my appreciation for the passion conveyed in the [Spring] Gardening series. Especially regarding the creation of a healthy, vibrant earth through gardening and by redefining our relationship with nature/soil. Thank you, thank you.
I love the OGS Spring Conference. Thank you all for your hard work to make it happen. I look forward to it every year and always come away inspired and ready to keep working!
What I love most about CRAFT is the networking with other farmers and visiting working farms. The sharing of information between farmers is like in no other industry. In farming, it seems, competitiveness turns into collaboration and cooperation.
Recent Blog Posts
We focused discussion on the tough decision to fire a crop or system on your farm. How do you know when enough is enough with a crop or enterprise and it’s time to let it go?
Impressions from Jean-Martin Fortier farmer and author leads workshop on Size Figure Farming, hosted by Living Web Farms. Lessons from a small-scale organic farmer.
Defining Success on Your Farm CRAFT- WNC Farmer Round Table What does success with your farm look like? How do we set ourselves up to best meet those goals? In this conversation we'll discuss how we each define success as individuals and as farms, and how we...
This is reprinted, with permission, from the Mountain Rose Herbs Blog: Herbs, Health, & Harmony for Natural Living. The original can be found here. Growing Our Relationships with Farms and Farmers While we love working with our international farms, growing herb...
Ivy Creek CRAFT Tour October 11th, 2014 Cost-Benefit Trial of 3 Season Extension Mechanisms on 4 Varieties of Salad Greens For our last CRAFT tour of the season we gathered at Ivy Creek Family Farm to see a cost-benefit trial they are performing on three season...