Lately, when thunder rumbles in the distance no one around here gets too excited. We are all too familiar with the routine; grey and guttural in every direction but above, sprinkles tease the parched everything…to read more click here Vol.9 #18 (08-02-16)
On this gracious spring day in the heart of December I am writing the very last newsletter of a very good…to read more click here Vol.8 #34(12-15-15)
This Thursday the Harris County’s Chamber of Commerce Adult Leadership class will be meeting at the farm to discuss Agritourism…to read more click here Vol.8 #26(10-13-15)
The farm’s pastured, egg laying chickens are brazenly pecking atop the hill above the vegetables and underneath the massive…to read more click here Vol.8 #7 (05-05-15)
While picking green beans yesterday one of us glanced at the browning adjacent field of grass and noticed a blanket of innocent-looking…to read more click here vol.7 #17(08-12-14)
The toilet at the farm has been uncooperative for the past two years, so today I finally allocated the time and a hundred bucks for a new one. Toilet shopping and installation surely debunks any romantic notion one might project onto organic farming… to read more click here Vol.4 #4 (5-4-11)
Once a week, we move hook up our chicken coop to the tractor and move the chickens to fresh ground, where they can forage for bugs and have a new supply of green grass. Here’s a short clip of them exiting the coop to their new spot for the week.