Monthly Archives: April 2015
April is Lawn and Garden Month. To honor that, I present a #TBT to this excellent post (and point!) made by Katie Pratt last year. It’s a good point that most people don’t realize … no, farmers don’t plant GMO … Continue reading
April is National Lawn and Garden month. That’s cool. I’ve been itching for a chance to get some dirt under my fingernails since the last of the flowers got frosted last fall. The garden catalogs that light up my mailbox … Continue reading
Summer Time Educational Activities That Your Kids Will Love! Finally, the sun is shining, the grass is getting greener, and school is almost out for summer! Just because school is coming to an end, does not mean that learning has … Continue reading
Feeding the world is a lot of hard work.
Spring is one of the best times of year, this is probably because there are so many visible signs of the season. All of these signs are a reminder that winter is coming to an end and the warmer weather … Continue reading
The billy goat may have cursed the Chicago Cubs, but that hasn’t stopped the goat market in Chicago, and around the world, from thriving. Goats are usually seen in rural settings and most commonly on a farm; however raising goats … Continue reading