Bionutrient Rich Crop Production: 2-session Workshop

Interested in Growing Better Quality, Higher Yielding Crops? Or Crops with Improved Pest & Disease Resistance? Or Crops with Better Tolerance of Extreme Weather Conditions too? Learn from a life long farmer of his understanding and first hand experiences utilizing a Biological Approach to crop production. Dan Kittredge, Executive Director of the Bionutrient Food Association [...]

Bionutrient Food Association – Lecture and Workshops

Interested in Growing Better Quality, Higher Yielding Crops? Or Crops with Improved Pest & Disease Resistance? Or Crops with Better Tolerance of Extreme Weather Conditions too? Learn from a life long farmer of his understanding and first hand experiences utilizing a Biological Approach to crop production. Dan Kittredge, Executive Director of the Bionutrient Food Association [...]

Metallic Green Bees

I came home from working at the farm one afternoon, and noticed a green headed bee on one of the sunflowers. I’ve never seen a bee that looked like this! Beautiful! These bees are “sweet bees”, and are native to North and South America. And they like “open” flowers, like “Autumn Beauty” sunflowers (pictured). These [...]

Front Yard Vegetable Garden

When my wife and I bought our house three years ago in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, it was surrounded by, let’s just say, “unattractive” bushes. Slowly but surely we are replacing bushes, add new new bushes, and also raised beds for food production. This past spring, we tore out the old bushes in our [...]

Building A Hoop House

Working on a farm now. We are putting up (2) 100′ x 30′ hoop houses. In the photos below you will see what he have done so far. Can’t say what farm it’s on for “legal” reasons (weird). Hoop houses are unheated green houses that are used to extend the growing season. In New England [...]