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Yoga for Farmers: Supporting our bodies for the long haul

I've decided to embark on a new journey this year as an advanced yoga student by taking the year-long 200-hour teacher training with Alignment Yoga in Madison. Why yoga & farming? Why add another layer to my life and ...
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Summer Christmas (and sustainable farming down under!)

My in-laws live and work on a small college campus in Tasmania, Australia.  Most of the college’s students and staff also live on the property.  Part of the curriculum includes working on the campus farm, located ...
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Seed journeys from Nebraska to Wisconsin

Mid January, here we go!! What a whirlwind it has been!  My first blogpost with the farm, where to begin?... Well, this arrival has been a long time coming one might say.  The last couple years have been a vigorous ...
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Thailand, Part II – Rural sustainable living & ancient cultures

{Sukhothai Historical Park ruins in Old Sukhothai, Thailand} After the Women's Build in Chiang Dao, Thailand (see the last blog post if you haven't read about this), my mom and I journeyed into our more touristic time ...
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Thailand, Part I – The Women’s Build

I've returned from the land of friendly people, incredible food, and inspiring DIY energy - Thailand, that is! The Saturday after Thanksgiving, my mom and I caught a plane to Tokyo, Japan, and from there we headed to ...
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Time to Hibernate!

{The building Anne is working on in Thailand} Just yesterday we froze 4 gallons of minced garlic – just a portion of our stash of garlic left over after all the CSA shares, farmers’ markets, and wholesale accounts ...