Give your children the gift of connectedness to our food, to the earth, to the worms, pollinators and our own healthy bodies.
The rhythm of the seasons is a welcome drumbeat to our lives. Now more than ever before, I’ve appreciated the respite from summer work and summer play. Winter has been a time for us to slow a little and simply be. That rest takes on many forms, but one over-arching theme in our home has […]
In the last segment of our Guide to Seed Starting, we left off with our little seeds sprouted. At that time, you shut your heat mat off and turned your grow light on. In the coming weeks, you will watch those first green shoots poke through the soil surface. You’ll watch those shoots rapidly stretch for […]
The Christmas season is, among many other things, a merry time of making. In this house, we could fill our days with endless moments of making all the things for all the people – winter decorations, tree adornments, holiday cards, handmade and love-filled Christmas gifts of many sorts, sometimes the little lady even paints one-of-a-kind wrapping paper, and let’s not […]
Hey friends! It has been a quiet last week on the blog for you, but the behind the scenes here has been quite busy indeed. As the first gardening season on this blog comes to a close, we’re organizing the content to make it more accessible to readers, old and new alike. Stay tuned for a fresh face […]
Fall feels so alive, despite the dying back of so much. It’s when we make the big haul in from the garden beds and can and can and can… It’s when we plant garlic and lean on the the forecast, hoping to get one more day before a frost. The fateful freeze did indeed come last […]