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As we garden where it’s high and oh so dry…where the deer and the buffalo roam.

To sow again. Sow, not sew or so and so. Rip out those straggly looking annuals that you are sick and tired of looking at, and make way for some fresh salad greens. Or carrots. Or anything that you can grow...

Just had the great pleasure of staying with my forever gal pal Robin and her husband Mark at their farmette near Brush Prairie, Washington. Mark the Man, who has his very own man-cave and poker chip collection, is a kick butt bar-B-Q master of...

Alright, we are planning our autumnal gatherings already! Mark you calendars for November 3, at the Grove, another symposium for "Rethinking the Idaho Landscape." After many many days of 100 degree days, it is time to rethink lots of things. Two of the speakers already...

Go right now to the website of the Washington Post and read this marvelous essay. It's why we do what we do. Many thanks to the ranters over at Garden Rant for bringing it to our attention. ...

Readers, My apologies for not having credited the author of God Says Yes to Me. Many thanks to the talented wordsmith Kaylin Haught. I have tried to find some more information/and or more of her poetry to no avail. If you...

Here's a good 'un fer ya. Ranchers in Wyoming are planting CO2. Yessirree Bob. Read on at the New West Daily News and while you are at it, good idea to subscribe to their free newsletter...

Several years ago, a wonderful woman named Julie Ardery put together a website, almost like a blog, to bring together people and flowers from around the planet. Julie's description: "The Human Flower Project is an international newsgroup, photo album and discussion of how people live...

I had planned, honest, I had, to go to yoga this morning. But then I got swamped at the desk. I know I know it's no excuse. But let me tell you what I have been up to. First a shout out to...