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Signs of Spring

We have been busy planting, weeding, mulching and staking. Great news – there is a lot is growing, and we were blessed with rain last night. 384 more words

Out and About: Strawberry Patch

Sometimes, you just have to go pick strawberries. If the conditions are right, it is a beautiful and relaxing experience.

It can be so zen and picturesque… 71 more words

Real Food

Rise and shine

Moo’s the magic word.
Rise and shine with dairy fresh.
Smile and just say “cheese.”


Young Women's Diaries as Primary Sources for Rural Women's History

Young Women’s Diaries as Primary Sources for Rural Women’s History

Rachel Kleinschmidt

My name is Rachel Kleinschmidt and I have been a member of the… 644 more words


Craig Ramini & Audrey Hitchcock: For the Love of Moms & Mozzarella

by Laura Martin Bacon

Writer’s Note: Two years ago I wrote a joyful story about Ramini Mozzarella, a Northern California farm founded on love and dreams. 1,827 more words

Chronicles Of Home Cooks

Spring has Sprung

Spring always brings smiles, from seeing the first Robins appear to the first flowers blooming to the smell of soil and the smell of spring rains. 263 more words

L is for the Liberty Antiques Festival

Liberty is a small town about 21 miles southeast of Greensboro, NC surrounded by farms and fields. It anchors the north eastern end of Piedmont Land Conservancy’s Liberty-Randleman farmland corridor, an effort started 17 years ago to protect more than 500 contiguous acres farmland before growth and development intervened. 228 more words