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Life and Empty Trailers

August 15, 2019

“It is not what foods you eat; but who you eat it with.” Driving away from our processing center, trailer bumping in the sludge-filled pot holes and Morgan sniffling back tears in the passenger seat, I found this simple phrase

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Mary Oliver: A Rain Rising

May 26, 2019

This is a reprint of a piece originally published by The New Lyceum on January 18th, 2019 The last cigar I smoked was in a room full of books. It was a Romeo y Julieta and it was insufferable. The

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Private Virtue, Our Only Hope

May 5, 2019

This is a reprint of a piece originally published by The New Lyceum on January 4th, 2019 Our country was founded upon discussions of virtue and freedom and it only feels natural to begin 2019 with such a dialogue. For

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What Are The Foundations of Soil Health

April 7, 2019

Note: this short article is intended to preface another article, titled “Why We Use Free-Choice Minerals.” We Need To Start With Roots Wild animals balanced their diets long before man came along. In fact, most regenerative farmers today deftly argue

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How To Plant Blueberries

April 5, 2019

How to Plant Blueberries A Permaculture Approach To Establishing Your Blueberry Patch We are big fans of Blueberries in our house. No matter how many pounds we purchase and freeze every year, somehow they all disappear. That is why we

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