Meet the newest addition to the Runamuk farm!
This past Tuesday at the monthly meeting of the Somerset Beekeepers, we hosted Gary Fish from the Maine Board of Pesticide Control to talk with us about “Pesticides and Pollinators”. We are a small group, so I’m always grateful that any knowledgeable speaker should come to Skowhegan to share their knowledge with us, and I know that our beekeepers are… Read more »
I managed to set up 2 mini hoop-houses and planted a number of lettuce seedlings, yet April was a cold and windy start to the gardening season that left me longing for more. So far May has made up for it in spades! I’ve been out in the garden practically every day for the last week, working on preparing one… Read more »
We received the “Wings of Life” documentary on Saturday, I ordered it from Amazon and had it shipped here by mail, but I couldn’t even begin to think about writing a review of the film until just the other day–so mesmerized by the vivid depiction of the one thing that I prize above all others on this planet. The relationship… Read more »
When the idea of Runamuk first began to form in my mind, I envisioned a future for my family that revolved around living in harmony with the land. I imagined that we would cultivate, nurture and protect the land, and the land in turn would support and nurture our family for generations to come. I pictured a farm where the… Read more »
Okay, so I wasn’t completely honest. I want my own homestead, sure. But I desperately want to break into what is quickly becoming a fast-growing industry. Micro eco-farming. Micro eco-farming is living and growing sustainably on local tracts of land–usually less than 5 acres.I just read Barbara Berst Adam’s book, and while I had known that is possible to eek… Read more »