Apples aren’t as healthy as they used to be. Race has a role in that. A big role, actually. Poor Joseph. Now he’s a hydroelectric dam. Spanning the Columbia right next to […]
Do You Digest Your Food Outside Your Body?
Birds do. Here’s a clutch of haws that have used frost and sun to break their acids down into sugars. This is the time of year that birds will come for them […]
I wrote a piece about Perry, or pear cider, a few years back. It led me back home from literature and other errors, because it was about much of what I care […]
Ten New Commercial Fruit Crops for the Okanagan
When the Okanagan was first settled by Europeans and Americans, they planted European and American crops, although the hills were covered in food. Peaches, Such as This Now-Dying Tree, Were Originally Planted […]
Wild Orchards and Fenced Orchards
Like a pack of young red-tailed hawks circling over and over above a subdivision full of cats and mice, house finches, California Quail and small dogs, I’ve been worrying an idea: it’s […]