Pollinator Farming
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Pollinator Farming

  • Planted in days gone by, these old friends, part of our extended family, grow in thick rows along creeks and property lines. ...

  • 2019 Lepidoptera Buffet garden, planting seeds, and watching the seedlings emerge. ...

  • While hunting small birds at our bird feeder, this immature Red-shouldered hawk slammed headfirst into the window....

  • The courtship and mating rituals of Monarch butterflies....

  • A fast-moving, diurnal hunter, the Blue Racer keeps the property cleared of rodents....

  • Common Henbit is a short, sprawling annual herb with light hairy stems. The specific Latin name "amplexicaul" refers to the leaves grasping the stem. The seeds of this low-growing plant are a tasty treat for foraging chickens, hence the nam...

  • Weaving the threads of our family heritage from 1854 to 2019. ...

  • The early-blooming and evening-scented Dame's Rocket is an important source of pollinator food. ...