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Row Cover Everything!

Row Cover Everything!
Good morning fellow Appalachians, Last week marked a chaotic shift into an early winter.. last Thursday it got down to 17 degrees and we were forced to cover all of our crops - even the…

Hidatsa Beans!

Hidatsa Beans!
Greetings from Park Place!  Deni here with thoughts about dry beans. Did you know that dried beans are a fantastic source of potassium - which builds muscles in your body?  And phosphorus - which helps…

Open for Business

Open for Business
I am proud to officially announce that Grow Your Own has officially begun to sell its excess produce to local business.  Thanks to the partnership of Rooted in Appalachia we have been able to create a…

Quantitative vs. Qualitative

Quantitative vs. Qualitative
This has been an fruitful year for the Grow Your Own program; as our workshops and our garden take permanent shape, we analyze what has worked and what needs to be trashed.  There is no doubt…

Harder Soil, Harsher Climates

Harder Soil, Harsher Climates
In recent weeks I have noticed that the soil in one of our fields has become increasingly stiff, making it near impossible to plant.  Our newly planted spinach seedlings have had difficulty rooting in these…

Frozen herb cubes

Tom here with ASD Stone Soup. Looking for a way to preserve your herbs? This method is simple and convenient. I use herb cubes in my cooking all winter long. Frozen herb cubes are easy.…