Month: January 2020

Hudson Creek Gardening Thoughts

It was a huge week that first week of our master gardening course, sorting and resorting, to try to understand the usage of the language and definitions that truly define organic gardening. To date, the fertilizer industry is enormous. In the 1970s, there was a discussion that this industry was not sustainable because so much […]

Sweet Potato Greens

Sweet Potato Greens Choose the tips of the sweet potato plant, (3 – 4 inches) Place the tips in salted water for about an hour. Empty the water and add: 1 Tomato, peeled, deseeded and chopped 2 Green onions, chopped 1 T Ginger, grated Drizzled with 2 T Olive oil Saute until ingredients are wilted. […]

Hudson Creek Gardening Tips

Just put it in the garden. A voice from the 1800s rocked our world. Reg and I began an organic master gardening course in January 2015. The learnings have been a significant shift in paradigms for us. We are excited about the journey we have started, and we plan to put our ideas down on […]

Five days off the grid

Reflections on ushering in the decade, 2020: Neighbours helping neighbours were very apparent. Our road was impassable for three days, and one neighbour cleared the entire street. It was amazing. Neighbours were looking in on each other and helping where it was needed. We prepared all of our meals on our woodstove, and the heat […]