• IT KEEPS ON GROWING AND GROWING AND GROWING

    Nothing will stop theCHILACAYOTE SQUASHakaMALABAR MELON! It’s now over 132 feet, starting in the backyard and growing along the fence line to the sidewalk in the front yard. We have to wind it back on itself or it’ll start growing across the street… It could be even longer that!!!! On

  • SLOW DOWN, YOU’RE MOVING TOO FAST

      “You gotta make the moment last,” so the Simon & Garfunkle ditty goes. NewDream.orghas put togethera few tipsto bring back some peace and quiet to your life. I am particularly fond of the last tip… “turn off your computer for 15 minutes…”   I wish I could, but have

  • SLOW DOWN, YOU'RE MOVING TOO FAST

      “You gotta make the moment last,” so the Simon & Garfunkle ditty goes. NewDream.orghas put togethera few tipsto bring back some peace and quiet to your life. I am particularly fond of the last tip… “turn off your computer for 15 minutes…”   I wish I could, but have

  • O PIONEERS

    ‘How’d they do that in the olden days’ is quite often a phrase we speak around here… How did they go about without modern conveniences, how did they survive, what did they eat, and so on. For us modern folks all we have to do is get in our cars

  • FELLOW TRAVELERS

    “The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.” Masanobu Fukuoka Take some time to browse around FUKUOKA FARMING. This site is dedicated to Fukuoka’s revolutionary method of sustainable agriculture. Fukuoka is best known forONE STRAW REVOLUTION. “Many people think

  • URBAN GARDENING

    More bottles in the garden OK, we finally listed {well, tried} the plants in the yard. So far we tallied over 300 varieties on 1/5 of an acre {view list}. The guys almost have the vermicomposting system attached underneath the rabbit hutch. For all you worm lovers check out CityWorm.com 

  • BEATIN’ THE RAINDROPS

    Spent all day today and yesterday planting and transplanting, getting ready for a pretty large storm which arrived this afternoon. This rain is a blessing and it should help out the garden tremendously! To make up for the minimal precipitation last year, this year we are going to need a

  • BEATIN' THE RAINDROPS

    Spent all day today and yesterday planting and transplanting, getting ready for a pretty large storm which arrived this afternoon. This rain is a blessing and it should help out the garden tremendously! To make up for the minimal precipitation last year, this year we are going to need a

  • NEW BUNNY HOME

    Finished!! ONE DOWN… The guys finished the bunny hutch on Friday by putting the overhang up. Instead of plywood, they used some old plastic canvas which would allow some sun in but keep out the rain. The bunnies are enjoying their new home, especially their new “living” space. Now to

  • MORE PLANTS

    We got some new plants yesterday again fromEXOTICA RARE FRUIT NURSERY. The quality was much better than the first batch.  We added: Red Malaysian Guava, Jamaican Red Banana, Negronne Fig, and Miracle Fruit. We also got an Evergreen Huckleberry and Wintergreen fromRAINTREE NURSERY. This was our first time buying from