Nutrition


organic farm
This article was written for Rural Delivery’s November 2017 issue, with a focus on Organic Farming. I’m always surprised how many people don’t understand what organic means. I’ve heard people say they think it’s just a marketing term, a way to get more money. It’s possible, or rather likely, that many of the larger retailers and some farmers, got into growing and selling organic products for that reason…..to make a better profit. That happens because customers are asking for it. I mean, that’s how capitalism is supposed to work, right? You produce what the market demands. I don’t think that’s […]

What does Organic Mean? From the perspective of ...


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This winter, while planning and dreaming, one aspect of farming has particularly captured our attention and excitement. The nutrient density of the crops we grow and the remineralization of our soils have been almost constantly on our minds and usually on the tips of our tongues. Our biggest inspiration has come from reading Steve Solomen’s new book The Intelligent Gardener. Other key influencers have been Dan Kittredge and The Bionutrient Association, and old texts we’ve downloaded freely from the SoilandHealth.org website.  Basically, the idea being that most soils, whether managed organically or not, have had the minerals harvested off of […]

Nutrient Dense Farming