Our gardens are down, the weather is finally committing to fall and Thanksgiving’s just a week away—what better time to say how much we appreciate all of you?
If you’ve ever grown plants from seed, you know how rewarding it is to watch a tiny bit of matter turn into melons and dill, flowers and zucchini. Growing from seeds you’ve saved takes that sense of wonder to another realm.
Those of you with edible gardens know that July tends to be a month of abundance. Consider sharing the bounty with the food pantries.
We just set up a snappy Aerobin 400 insulated composter at Morton Memorial Library here in Rhinecliff. Happy Earth Day!
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.
Future Fruits founder Jared Williams takes us on a tour through his remarkable garden
Permaculture: Watershed Planning for Food and Energy Independence (Video Courtesy of Andrew Faust)
Foliage Botanics Founder Hannah Schiller shares remedies for the new year—or any other time! (Video)