Hello, Chickens: A Guide to the Basics
Once upon a time, farming was, at some level, the source of food and livelihood for each family. That’s not the case now, of course, but somewhere between growing some herbs and tomatoes on your back porch, and “Honey, it’s time ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 11, 2014 in Homeowners
Pogue's Run Grocer: A Local Gem
In past posts, I’ve referenced my love of all things local, from local business to local art, but among the things I am most enthusiastic about is the idea of local food. This makes such good sense - if you can eat food that hasn’t ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 4, 2014 in Local Indy
All the Buzz: Beekeeping Basics
Sustainable, eco-friendly and useful gardens are trending these days. Fruit shrubs and trees, herb and vegetable gardens, compost piles, bees, chickens and goats all produce something and earn their keep in exchange for their little piece of your ...
Posted by Paula Henry on September 30, 2014 in Homeowners
Community Gardens in Indianapolis
It is true that we are a society with access to both a great wealth of healthy foods and also a tragic abundance of edibles that are more chemical than nutrient. Often, our lifestyles are fast paced and call to the convenience of quick foods, but ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 18, 2014 in Local Indy