Tag Archive: resources

Blackberry down

Now that it is freeze your butt off cold, burning fallen limbs and cut blackberries are the priority. We will have many burns in the hopes to clear the land for the new… Continue reading

Food Buzz and Biz

At my new favorite place in Bermuda, Wadson Farms, you can reserve a Turkey for the holidays. Yes, I guaranteed the termination of a living creature for my dining pleasure….but HOLY BIRD, how… Continue reading

Bermuda or Bust

A friend recently said to me, “I truly believe we are going to drown in our own trash someday.” I did some reading on water in relationship to the health of the planet… Continue reading

Alkalinity

RESTORATION. HERE AND NOW. HARMONY.   On Big Mama’s Farm we seek to find the spirit–behind a simpler way, to a healthier life. Think about the impact of food. Everywhere–and it is far… Continue reading

Dream BIG

Everyone has a passion. Some people have more than one. I remember in college, watching those Joseph Campbell documentaries—and thinking….”If I follow my bliss—he’s confident success will follow me?” I was in massage… Continue reading

Pots Pots & Projects

10,000 down, a few more thousand to go…… And they are going. With no profitable avenue for distribution, I went for the free ad on Craiglist. Come one and all. And they came.… Continue reading

One for the Road

In the spirit of before and after, extra innings, ones for the road and keepin’ on….             We have come a long way (back) in a short 15… Continue reading

Keep on Keepin’ On

  “THE WORLD IS FULL OF SURPRISES. GO OUTSIDE AND SEE. MAYBE YOU WILL FIND SOMETHING COOL AND NEW.”    –Sienna Moon, Age 7    

Round 2

A special THANK YOU. You know. The only 68, ehm…..I mean 49 year old that can run circles around craigslist crazies and wake-up ready for another round. And another. And another…….. Love to… Continue reading

A Bigger Mama

February Farm Project Week Brought to you by Big big Mama, a couple of craigslist fast finds, a damn fine pruner and his comrades in damn fine-ness, my local man Juan, and a whole lot-o-dirt… Continue reading