Game From the Garden

  • Citrus, The Dark Season Delights

      If you aren't familiar in the farming world, winter is referred to as the "dark" or "dead" season given that trees go dormant and temperatures d...
  • The Ultimate Guide to Wonderful Winter Squash!

    As winter descends upon us, it may feel like gardens are barren, but there's a hidden gem that thrives in the colder months - winter squash, hence the name. On top of withstanding the chill, winter squash also brings a burst of color, flavor, and nutrition to our tables.
  • Sheet Mulching: A Garden Hack For Healthy Soil

    Imagine a gardening practice so easy, so effective, that it transforms your soil into a nutrient-rich haven for your plants, all while requiring minimal effort on your part.

    We explore the simplicity and significance of sheet mulching, an effective and low cost hack to helping build healthy organic soils. 
  • Sicilian-Style Olive Curing Recipe

    Sicilian-style olives are similar to the common Spanish-style cocktail olives but are a bit more bitter because they are only fermented in brine that has been seasoned with various herbs and spices.
  • Plant Once, Harvest Forever!

       Our 2023 garlic harvest! Did you know that there are many types of crops that you can plant once and continue to harvest year after year, with ...
  • From Wine Barrel to Ginger Patch:  How to Grow Ginger in Containers

    Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a versatile and flavorful spice that has been used for thousands of years in both traditional medicine and cooking...
  • The Benefits of Ecological Land Stewardship in Urban Farming

    Ecological Land Stewardship can benefit in several significant ways. Enhancement of soil condition and productivity, raising ecosystem diversity, economic benefits, etc., are among them. 
  • Homegrown Hot Sauce

    After a consistent flow of delicious spicy peppers all summer long, this good thing has come to an end. Late October, marks a time when we tur...
  • The FBI Is Always In Our Business!

    We've been farming worms for years and we are very grateful for them. Without earthworms the quality of our food would suffer tremendously. These guys work for food scraps and will turn those into gold for your garden. You don't need nearly as much space as you do for traditional composting, the product is more concentrated, multifunctional, and you're diverting waste from landfills reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
  • 7 Nature-Based Healing Books to Read this Year

      There are many paths you can take when deciding to further your education on plant medicine. Medicine making, botany, foraging, herbal r...
  • Benefits of Calendula + Lemongrass for Skin

    Buying handmade soap has a lot of great benefits to offer. Most of the time, all-natural items are good for the environment since they do not requ...
  • Fire Cider

      There is something deeply satisfying about walking into your kitchen and putting together ingredients that will nourish a...