This is the second in a series of posts that explore the world of cover crops. Much gratitude, again, to Mallory Daily for her time and excellent feedback in editing this post! "Realize that everything connects to everything else.” -Leonardo Da Vinci These words ring true across experiences, but a particularly tangible expression can be … Continue reading Cover Crops: Ecosystem Superheroes
This is the first in a series of posts about cover crops. Much gratitude to Mallory Daily for her editing skills and constructive feedback, and to Rob Myers for enabling me to learn and providing endless guidance. Land is always tied to narrative. Across cultures and geographies, different landscapes have inspired, strengthened or extinguished life. … Continue reading Cover Crops: An Idea Worth Planting
In this post, I explore the history of the American Chestnut tree in the U.S. and make some chestnut milk to test the possibility of this as a staple for a value-added Midwestern perennial venture.