The Land with Becca Verm: Part 2

You begin with dirt. Dry, cracked, neglected dirt. Or perhaps some overgrown jungle of a forgotten lot teeming with bounties of invasive grasses and weeds. Slowly peeling back layer after layer, you unearth a weary soil. But you take... Continue Reading »

Blackwood’s High Tunnels

For some time now, Blackwood has been investing many growing seasons into our structures lovingly referred to as The High Tunnels. The High Tunnels are the large, white, rounded structures you may have seen crisscrossing the land. The tunnels stretch... Continue Reading »

“Z” is for Zone (Buffer)

A buffer zone provides, well, a buffer. Once a field is eligible to produce a crop sold as organic, it has to follow organic regulations, which include no pesticides and chemicals. A farmer can follow the guidelines all day long,... Continue Reading »