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  • What You Need to Know When Starting an Organic, Sustainable, or Regenerative Farm

    While farmers are affected more than most by the extreme weather conditions caused by climate change, many farmers still use farming techniques that degrade the environment. In the face of rising temperatures, desertification, and declining soil and water quality, many farmers are choosing to fight for the health of their land and the local environment by choosing safer agricultural practices. Organic farming, sustainable farming, and regenerative farming involve environmentally-conscious practices that aim to preserve or improve the health of local ecosystems. Whether you have been farming for years but want to transition to organic, sustainable, or regenerative farming to protect the health of the community and ecosystems, or youโ€™re new to farming and excited to adopt practices that can help combat global warming, these tips will start you on the right track to operating a successful farm.ย  Continue reading

  • Dog Days of Summer

    Summer in the Soil

    In most years, depending on the farm, the planting season is about a month long. By June, most of the crops are already in the soil, and many ask themselves, what next? Continue reading

  • Fun Family Farm

    The basic idea of a Hobby farm is a small scale farm that is not necessarily a business venture, but more of a pleasure activity or hobby. Continue reading

  • Grains in Virginia

    Growing Grains in Virginia

    Grains in Virginia

    If you want to feed your family more affordably, consider growing your own cereal grains.

    Growing grains in Virginia is a great choice if you want to produce food for yourself and your livestock. There is a growing demand for cereal crops across the world, and many flourish in Virginia.

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  • Berries and vine fruits in Virginia

    Growing Berries and Vine Fruits in Virginia

    Berries and Vine Fruits in Virginia

    Virginia’s climate and soil conditions makes it the perfect place the grow a variety of fruit. While fruit trees are a good, low maintenance choice if you’ve got a lot of land, they may not be ideal for a backyard garden. If you don’t have much land, try growing berries and vine fruits. And if you’re considering selling your yield, keep in mind that there is a high demand for berries commercially. Continue reading