Nettles, one of the first green plants in the spring, are a welcome sight after a long, harsh winter. Just be careful to avoid their sting.
A few weeks a year, we’re trapped in the no man’s land between winter and spring. On the farm, it’s time to clean the barns and the winter feeding areas.
It’s likely the first honey-do list in history preceded the written language. Now we have apps that can remind us what needs to be done.
With broken windows and open doorways, the elements are taking their toll on this old feed mill. Without some work and funds, it will soon be beyond repair.
Wisconsin’s agricultural legacy of family dairy farms is dying. Years of depressed milk prices are taking their toll, forcing those farms to close.
There’s a rhythm to life that settles deep inside the bones of anyone connected to the land. We see it and feel it in our daily routine with crops and animals.