Archive / Uncategorized

RSS feed for this section

Every-other-Saturday Deliveries

There are a number of Farmers Market vendors doing a pop-up market at 11:00 am every-other-Saturday. Hello again. In the interest of trying to keep the supply lines for local, nutrient-rich, clean food open, I believe there will be six vendors showing up in two “pods” this Saturday at 11 am. C+G’s Wild Alaska Salmon Ferranti Fresh Pasta Tailor Made Beef […]

Winter Saturday Delivery and Pop up Market Feb 15th 11-Noon

I will be joining a number of other Boise Farmers Market farmers for a 1 hour “Pop up” market at the 1500 Shoreline Drive summer market location Saturday February 15th from 11:00-Noon. Vendors will be bringing various products that they produce (click here for a list of vendors and products). I will be delivering pre-orders […]

Winter Saturday Deliveries

Starting on the 18th of January I will be making every-other-Saturday meat deliveries. And this year I will have a couple of other Farmer’s market regulars joining me at the 1:00 hour in the summer market location at 1500 Shoreline drive. I will be delivering for Matthews Family Farms who provide wonderful Chicken, Lamb and […]

Glyphosate … What should NOT be for dinner!!!

It seems that almost everywhere we look these days our food is laced with Roundup and other chemicals. If they won’t clean up their act, then we need to go ORGANIC to ensure our families’ health. Jeffrey Smith has just come out with a compelling film that encourages us to do just that. You only […]

Boise Meat Deliveries again March 11th

Finally coming back this Saturday at 1:00 at 10th and Grove (summer market location starting April 1st.). I apologize for not being more reliable these past few weeks. Let me know if you would like me to bring any product for you. email address– Phone 208-315-4726   What do you get if you have […]

Took a little field trip on the 16th of February

I went over to Marsing to look at grass fats belonging to myself and McIntyre Pastures that are grazing a cover crop. So much better for the cattle (and the environment) when they are direct grazing standing forage. I am pleased, however it is about time to move for the day…

“Seven Blunders of the World”

  1. Wealth without work 2. Pleasure without conscience 3. Knowledge without character 4. Commerce without morality 5. Science without humanity 6. Worship without sacrifice 7. Politics without principle —Mahatma Gandhi To his grandfather’s list of seven blunders Arun later added an eighth: Rights without responsibilities. “… BALANCE, which was Gandhi’s central point. He wasn’t calling for work without wealth or humanity […]

Idaho Center For Sustainable Agriculture Symposium

Mark your calendars for our 4th Annual Symposium. December 3rd in the new JUMP facility, right off the connector in Boise. Blaine Hitzfield, of Seven Sons Family Farm in Roanoke Indiana, is our keynote speaker. For more information on the event, go here.

2010 study vs. Mrs. Farmer in the 4th grade in 1964…

“Recess teacher, Recess”  I don’t know where that little phrase originated, but it sticks in my mind today. 52 years after Mrs. Farmer told us of the value of exercise for keeping our minds focused in the classroom “science” has now confirmed it. a 2010 study1 on primates revealed that regular exercise helped the monkeys […]