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So Much More Than Tomatoes

I start thinking about tomatoes months before I will be able to sink my teeth into their deliciousness. This year my first tomato seeds were sown in the second week of January. 232 more words

Garden

H is for Heirlooms

Stories are the roots of our history. Or to use another metaphor, the stories of our ancestors are the meat on the bones of the genealogical skeleton. 354 more words

Family

Treasures: The First Baby Board

Last week I wrote about the second baby board that my great grandparents made.  This baby board is the first one they made.  It hangs on my Aunt Vicki’s wall but it doesn’t belong to her.  215 more words

My Family

Veggie Gold: A New Series! - The All-American Favorite... The Tomato! - Pinetree Garden Seeds

We’re starting a new blog series that will go into certain vegetable seeds that we offer, explore the different varieties, and talk about a few of our favorites! 1,333 more words

Gardening Tips

Why Heritage?

Why choose heritage livestock for what we do?

We have two weeks left on our next step - and it seemed a good time to show why we keep rare breeds both for conservation and practical use as livestock. 13 more words

Food Production

Treasures: The Second Baby Board

This Baby Board was made by my great grandparents Frank & Estelle Duval.  My great grandpa cut the board and my great grandmother completed the sewing and bead work.  144 more words

My Family