We’re leaving the farm.

We’re leaving the farm.

I have some sad news, friends. On August 4, we will be leaving the farm and moving to the Charlottesville area. We are so disappointed that things didn’t work out here. The main reason we are leaving is that we can’t get a reliable Internet connection at the farm. Before we moved, we called Comcast to […]

Bucklebury Farm – Our first week

Bucklebury Farm – Our first week

Well, we’ve made it through our first week here at Bucklebury Farm. That’s right! We picked a name. We waited to see the votes come in (on Facebook too) – thanks to everyone who weighed in! I was secretly rooting for Bucklebury Farm, which won by a landslide, and was also Jimmy’s favorite. Hooray! Spring […]

Farm house update, and help us pick a name!

Farm house update, and help us pick a name!

This past weekend, Jimmy, my mom, Jimmy’s mom, my dad, and Dave went up to the farm house to get it ready for our big move-in. We’ve been going up every couple of weeks to work and get the house ready for us to live in. We packed up the owner’s stuff, moved all of […]

Bad & good and we’re moving!

Bad & good and we’re moving!

Well, the past couple months sure have been eventful. Let me explain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up. Bad stuff happened I referred out all my clients and I started a new job in October. It was with a marketing startup, and I thought it would be my dream job. Well it […]

A short history of Polyface Farms: an interview with Joel Salatin (part 1 of 5)

A short history of Polyface Farms: an interview with Joel Salatin (part 1 of 5)

Back in January as I was pondering the Liberty Garden concept, thinking about education, outreach, and scale – I asked myself, if I could interview anyone about the food system, sustainability, and the future of American food independence, who would it be? Immediately, I thought of Joel Salatin. Joel is the owner and founder of […]