Tag Archives: Natural Farms

Sustainability: The Transformation of John Rogers’ Land

I met John Rogers at Susana Lein’s Permaculture class at Heathcote Botanical Gardens in February 2011. He was already acquainted with Susana from having attended permaculture conferences with her. We were invited to visit his garden in Melbourne Florida and several other small farms and gardens nearby. John was in the process of transforming his […]

Traditional and Conventional Growing

It wasn’t very long ago that I found out that people who farm with the aid of chemical pesticides and chemical fertilizers call themselves Conventional Farmers. That is good to know. We call ourselves Organic, or Natural which is the word I now lean towards more often. Organic is good, but as with everything else […]

Varri Green Farm

Varri Green Farm is a wonderful Natural vegetable producer in Okeechobee Florida. Last season Varri Green Farm made an excellent showing at the Fort Pierce Green Market. Every week they had a variety of sprouts, several varieties of radishes, beets, carrots, greens, arugula, and amazing bags stuffed full of very clean substantial lettuce, […]