Green Owl Farm’s Suzanne Kelly grows specialty crops, including saffron, lufffa and turmeric, and oversees Rhinebeck’s Natural Burial Ground
September is a liminal month, somewhere between the unrelenting heat of summer and the cool breeziness of fall. What better time to rethink your lawn?
Native plants and pollinators have co-evolved for generations, perfecting an eco-dance of interdependence and resilence.
Dirty Gaia’s been busy! We packed up individual bundles of the carefully sourced and measured ingredients that form the bulding blocks of a seed library and sent them off to 14 libraries in the Mid-Hudson Library System
Nevermind the ice, snow and inhospitable temperatures. We’re approaching prime winter-sowing season in the Northeast.
For inspiration, we asked friends, teachers and mentors what nature-nurturing plans they have in mind for 2022.
Tis the turning inward season for plants and the rest of us here in the Hudson Valley, prompting us to think back over the past year and all we’re grateful for.
Permaculture: Watershed Planning for Food and Energy Independence (Video Courtesy of Andrew Faust)
Native bees and pollinators need our assistance. Here’s how to help. (Video courtesy of the Xerces Society)
Foliage Botanics Founder Hannah Schiller shares remedies for the new year—or any other time! (Video)