As much as we love the hustle and bustle of the spring and summer growing season, nothing quite compares to the peace, tranquility and beauty of fall at the farm. Especially after what has been one unusual and crazy year!
It’s hard to believe, but 9 nine years ago this weekend, we cleared off an overgrown 3 acre field to start Old World Garden Farms. The date was October 15th, 2010. Armed with only a rented 36″ wide, self-propelled sickle
For the next two weekends, we get to live out a dream in a modern urban farmhouse – complete with a backyard chicken coop, chickens, garden shed, raised beds, and an Any Age Anywhere container garden, No – it’s not quite at
Special thanks to the Licking County Library and Rhonda Adams for asking us to speak about Old World Garden Farms this Saturday at the Licking County Library at 1:30 pm. We will be sharing our experiences of building our self-sustaining farm
Yesterday was one of those days that you can only dream about during the long, cold and snowy days of an Ohio Winter. It was simply a perfect day. The sun was shining, the temperatures were in the mid-70’s – and
So tonight upon entering the farm – there it was – an old tractor spraying the entire field right behind our property with Round Up. I can’t lie – it was hard to take and see – and we both
It’s an exciting day for us at Old World Garden Farms! In just 4 hours, our 30-day Kickstarter Campaign Book Project will come to a close – and thanks to all of you – our Growing Simple Book and Tour will
“Do what you love and you will never work a day in your life” The oft-repeated quote originally attributed to Confucius is one of my all-time favorites – for no other reason than it holds so much truth. It was that
This past week – Mary and I had the opportunity to sit down with a local feature reporter for a story about the growth of our little farm and website, and our goal of a more simple life. I have to admit –
Today marks an anniversary for our little blog – our 100th post! Since starting the blog about 8 months back on a cold day in February – we never imagined how far it would come in such a short time.