Tracy Lafleur, the farmer behind Sugar Hill Produce, grows healthy food without the aid of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, but she also knows that growing community connections are just as important.
Whitney and Isaiah put their hands where their hearts and heads are by producing organic fruits, vegetables and more to share with their communities at local markets and restaurants. With their new grant to expand to forest farming, they’re increasing both the economic and environmental sustainability of their land.
Reading time: 2 minutes Takeaway: The Corner Farmers Market in Lindley Park has personable farmers and vendors where you can pick up everything you need for a good meal in […]
Reading time: 1.5 minutes Takeaway: In one of Greensboro’s friendliest neighborhoods, Stephen Johnson is rekindling the idea of sustaining yourself and your corner of the world on food produced in […]
Howdy & Happy Friday! September 20, October 4 and October 18 Summerfield Farms, 9:30 and 11am Cost: $10 per person. Children under 4 are free. To reserve your spot: -Email […]
Happy Friday everyone! Friday fun post: The Ten Best Horned Animals list. September 11 13th Annual Gardening Gala & Seminar, 8:30-4pm Guilford County Extension Office 3309 Burlington Rd., Greensboro, NC […]
Howdy all and happy Friday! Can you believe it’s September already? Some exciting events coming up as we head towards cooler weather. September 6 Are you ready to farm? Peaceful River […]
Hey, check this out–Chainsaw safety and free lunch over in Pittsboro this weekend! Come See the Face of Agriculture in Chatham County! Saturday, August 23, 2014 from 10:00 am […]
Fall Vegetable Gardening:Extending the Harvest Registration is required. Contact Pam Marshall at 641-2400 or email@example.com. Be sure to indicate class choice, date and location. Sun., Aug. 17, 4:00pm; Arboretum Education Building; 401 Ashland […]
Reading time: 1.5 minutes Takeaway: The previous post is all well and good, but how do tomatoes actually grow? We learn about the different kinds of tomatoes (heirloom vs. hybrid, […]