It is possible to have a vineyard without weeds . Here on the hottest part of Germany’s Kaiserstuhl, the system is managed by drought, cover crops, and manure laid in a line […]
The best intentions don’t always lead to the best results. Placing a vineyard or orchard next to a wild environment so that both farmed and non-farmed environments can exist and the farm […]
Ah, German wine, German women, and German song. It’s in “The Song of the Germany”. The third stanza is about a blooming land and is used as the anthem. The second is […]
When machinery doesn’t exist, then you have to do the work yourself. Or do you? I’ve just come from a visit to the Upper Rhine… ….where herdsmen have guided travellers over the […]
Very small, really. But, yes, us. That’s the important thing.
A tree is a blessing to all animals, so why not a walnut? Or a cherry or an apple. It’s all good. It lends a certain free flow to things. And everyone […]
It’s like a Cessna and a Boeing competing for the same landing space! But in the end, it’s all sorted. You might not like the look of twigs, though. That’s ok.
Our project to celebrate the resilience of the Sməlqmíx through friendship and an amazing apricot tree is celebrated in an article by Aaron Hemens in Indigenews. Here is elder and language keeper […]
Remember when Paul Terbasket’s apricot tree had a visitor? Now there is new fruit! Happy day!
Here’s some gravity at work. Some snow melt strikes a rock face and tears soil down with it. This is gravity working in open, unconstricted space. Note as well the salts on […]