Even though the eastern red cedar problem has exploded in recent years, there is still hope.
If you have time, don't wait for Time.—Benjamin Franklin
Drought caused the Dust Bowl, right? Well, yes, but there's a little more to the story.
Farmers continue to experiment with water conservation practices, while scientists work to release more groundwater from underneath the aquifer.
Sometimes we forget why we do things the way we do. The bad thing about this kind of rut is that we are less able to adapt to change.
How much time and effort will be required to maintain your garden or orchard? This question has countless answers.
Not only does no-till farming reduce wind-caused soil erosion, it also reduces evaporation of soil moisture to some degree.
A garden can guzzle more water than you would think possible! Add fruit trees, and you will find that raising plants places a huge demand on your water resources.
It's very easy to get carried away in our farm spending. It seems that there's always some handy tool or machine that would make life a little easier, and there's always a steady stream of things needing to be repaired. If you're ready to rein in the spending a little bit, here are a few … Continue reading 3 Money-Saving Tips for the Farm
It may seem simple to define sustainable agriculture, but ask two people what it is, and you'll probably get two different answers. Many of the various perspectives have similarities, but each approaches the subject from a slightly different angle. Here are three of the most common viewpoints. Environmental Focus One common view is that sustainable … Continue reading What is Sustainable Agriculture?