Backyard farming in Eugene just got a boost. The City Council on Wednesday approved new regulations allowing residents to have more and a greater variety of small farm animals in their backyards, such as chickens, rabbits and goats.
John Bennett had always dreamed of having a 10-acre farm, but could never afford one. That didn't stop him from putting a little piece of the country into his half-acre backyard. (#Urban chicken farmers passionate about their hobby.
This is the golden age of tomatoes. Never before have gardeners had access to such a wide variety of heirloom and hybrid varieties—including paste tomatoes. Find out which ones make the thickest, heartiest sauce.
Katie Ketelsen's insight:
Totally needed this. It's my goal this year to make my own paste!
Wall Street Journal Seeing Inspiration in Homesteading Wall Street Journal On an almost 10-acre property in Chester Springs, Pa., Eliza Zimmerman tends vegetable and herb gardens and helps her husband, Peter, an architect, tend to their three...