Saying Goodbye To 2017 Farming Season — ORGANIC FARMER – Urban Farming

Although we still have organic carrots and turnips in the soil doing just fine withstanding colder temperatures, it’s time to say goodbye to our 2017 farming season. Ending the season doesn’t mean we are going silent for the upcoming months till next season 2018 begins. It’s time for us to sit back, reflect on given […]

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See it Through my Eyes: WWOOF Farming in Japan — Travelling 🌵 Cactus

Rather than trying to distill my experience farming in rural Japan into a neat package — I’d so much rather show you all the messy details. See it through my eyes. via See it Through my Eyes: WWOOF Farming in Japan — Travelling 🌵 Cactus

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Rising demand for organics prompts OSU research — eClips

For the first time, growers will have a chance to learn more about growing organic crops at the 44th annual Hermiston Farm Fair. With markets continuing to grow by double-digit percentages every year, Scott Lukas sees no end in sight to the rising demand for organic food. “It is definitely growing significantly,” said Lukas, horticulturist […]

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The Organic Grower Summit – The Time Has Finally Come for this Event — Organic Matters

The first time I encountered organic was circa 1976 in a little co-op in Iowa. Not only were we happily bagging herbs and cutting the cheese but we were encouraging our local farmers to grow organic food. Fast forward to 2017, and organic sales were $47 billion last year. The number of certified organic farms […]

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