It feels strange to reach back into the deep bag of memory and realize how long you’ve been in a place, doing your daily rounds. It feels strange, when it also seems to have vanished, so quickly. On a cold evening such as this one, when autumn has finally come … continue reading →
So far, September has been a beautiful month here on the farm. Our harvest has shifted a bit as the seasons change and summer makes way for fall. Certain crops are no longer bearing fruit, new crops are ready that weren’t before, and we are still waiting on … continue reading →
With all this rain and mud clubs for feet, my mind has been traveling back in time to our first couple of weeks here at Horton Road. The fields were practically flooded and the paths were tall with grass. Our kitchen was the only place with some amount of warmth … continue reading →
One of the major motivators that took me from the studios and theaters of New York to a farm in Oregon is the urge to take part in something that was on the positive side of environmental impact.
This is what led me to do the plastic free July challenge. … continue reading →
This morning, when I woke, the world was utterly still.
Most mornings, now, I wake in the dark. A little earlier than need be, for the sake of some time to drink tea and get the limbs warm before we start our early days. And most mornings, by any standard … continue reading →