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January 24, 2013 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyWalnut trees are fruitful and beautiful. I love to sit in the shade of one of my walnut trees and look out over the sloping garden. In our new video Tricia shows you how to care for and prune walnut trees.… read more»
September 7, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyWant to be an advanced vegetable gardener? You will be when you know which vegetables are in which families. This is crucial info for healthy crop rotation in your garden (and you’ll be able to astonish… read more»
June 13, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyIn our new video, How to Make Sauerkraut, Wendy Van Wagner (owner of In the Kitchen in Nevada City, California) and Joe Meade show us how simple it is to prepare sauerkraut at home. Assemble your ingredients:… read more»
April 11, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyCheck the soil temperature before you transplant your vegetable seedlings and starts. Vegetables need specific soil temperatures to grow properly, as Tricia mentions in our new video on Planting Vegetables.… read more»
Submitted by: Preserve It Naturally, The Complete Guide to Food Dehydration (the cookbook that accompanies Excalibur dehydrators).“Come midwinter you’ll be happy you dried beans, vegetables, and herbs in the summer. Warm up the dark months with this classic.” read more»
March 28, 2011 - Kalita from Peaceful ValleyHave you had enough yet? What is helping me through this soggy spring (Yes Spring, Happy Equinox!) are my cold frames and covered beds. Remember the ridiculously warm snap we had for about five weeks… read more»
October 2, 2009 - AmberI know everybody is just coming down from the busy-ness of the Summer gardening season, especially for you hard working people still canning and processing (tomato sauce, apple sauce, pear sauce, whatever… read more»
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October 20, 2008 - Grama PamSo here I am with the rest of the story… (read the beginnings of the story here). James and Maggie Coffee were migrant farm workers (commonly known as prune pickers at the turn of the century) and… read more»
October 3, 2008 - AmberFrom our limited perspectives on time, it is easy to forget, that humans have not always been farmers and gardeners. As we plant our fall crops, just before this year’s harvest festival, let us… read more»