Farming it appears, has always invited a degree of humor. Likely because it can often invite the vivid picture of man working with/against nature day after day. Whatever the reason, we often find something about […]
Recently, in Organic agriculture there has been a debate on the integrity and viability of imports. In the last three years, the quantity of Organic corn and soybeans imported from other countries such as India, […]
Not only did we have the chance to interview Peter Grubbe on our Podcast, we also got a tour of his operation.
We’ve talked a lot before about comparing the mind, soul, and life to agriculture. It’s really a great all around analogy for development. Planting a seed you hope for a good crop, if it doesn’t yield […]
The second of our Plowing Through History series, we hope you enjoy.
February 23rd-25th was the twenty seventh annual Midwest Organic Sustainable agriculture Education Service (MOSES) Conference. The seventh of these conferences I’ve attended, it was just as educational and enjoyable as it has been before. Every […]
Last weekend, the Lake Geneva Symphony Orchestra hosted their annual gala. The theme of the year was that age of decadent boozing known as the roaring twenties. It was pleasant as usual, the music upbeat […]