How To Grow Your Best Crop Ever!
The Simple House Project is our 12 month series on designing, building and creating our home at the farm. You can find all of our past articles at the bottom of this page. Over the course of 2016 – we will publish an
Welcome to our Garden Resource Page. A page dedicated to over 100 of our gardening articles, tips, tricks and hints. Everything from starting your own seeds or a low maintenance raised row garden – to planting, harvesting and everything in
Welcome to Old World Garden Farms! Just five short years ago on a crisp fall weekend, we began work on what we now call Old World Garden Farms. A little 3 acre plot of land in the middle of Ohio,
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Creating A Simple, Inexpensive Way To Collect Rainwater When we first started our little “farm” back in 2010, we had little to work with. No house, no electricity, and no on-site well for water. So when it came to planting our
5 Perfect Tomatoes. Of all the plants we grow in our garden each year – there is simply not one more valuable than the amazing tomato. For us, it is so much more than just an incredible fresh vegetable. Beyond
Although most popular on Fat Tuesday, chicken and sausage gumbo is a wonderful comfort meal any time of the year. I fell in love with gumbo while visiting New Orleans a few years back and have tried to replicate that
Raised Row Gardening has certainly come a long way! What started as a simple method for us to try to garden smarter, and not harder – raised row gardening has taken on a life of its own. The advantages of
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Featured Recipe Pages
Check out the most popular recipe pages on our site. Knock out preservatives with our self-sufficient recipes. Find a new appetizer for your next party, or check out all of our canning recipes from the garden!
Featured Farm Stories
From our weekly Sunday Farm Update articles that tell the entire history of the farm, to our Recycled Barn Project of building our barn from two turn-of-the-century barns about to be torn down, here are some of our favorite posts from the farm: