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From a family farm to the Rust Belt

My grandparents were farmers in central Indiana, so I grew up seeing the value of land stewardship first-hand. When I was in elementary school, we moved from rural Indiana to Detroit, Michigan, where my dad took at job as a mechanical engineer at General Motors. 38 more words


Why the Locals Hate You

A piece of purple plastic lay atop a bank of fresh snow. I bent down and picked it up. There were more shards of purple plastic below on the hill. 891 more words

clean Up in any Asile

November 6, 2016

After I finish picking the ear corn, I turn the cows into the field. I also turn the sows in there too. The animals eat the fodder and corn husks. 224 more words

November 2016

Land for Wildlife

Learning to manage my 17 acres to support wildlife: how I got started, what I learned and how I learned it, and what happened to my land… the journey.


Humboldt Spring...

In the heart of Southern Humboldt…

(Please note the glimpse of a vibrant and healthy countryside out past our garden. We will be revealing more of the land we steward over time.)

Humboldt Small Farmers