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Lambing time!

Another sure sign of spring is the mass birthing of baby animals.  My boys and I decided to take a Monday evening trip up the road to my good friend and co-worker, Keith Ashley-Wright’s Organic sheep farm to the new to this earth lambs.  After a quick meal of grilled Organic Prairie Bratwurst at my house, Keith, Nick Korte, Sarah Holm and …

March 29th, 2013  |  Published in Featured Post, Organic Farming


Gentlemen, Start YOUR ENGINES!

Old Man Winter is strong this year in the Kickapoo Valley as he maintains his grip through the spring equinox.  As a weekend project, we decided to jumpstart spring by getting some starter seeds going.  It is a bit early for our climate, but we’re willing to take the risk. My 5-year-old son, Theo, has …

March 25th, 2013  |  Published in Family, Organic Gardening


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I live in the Greater Metro Area of Rockton (unincorporated) WI. I have two amazing boys and a great wife whom I work with at CROPP Cooperative. I work in the Information Resources Department trying to ensure IT does not stand for "In Trouble." My family lives life to the fullest by holding to three principles: 1) Things are things, 2) All you need is love, and 3) Live like you are dying.