I mentioned on SSA’s Facebook page but forgot to mention here that I’m guest blogging at Scientopia this week and next. The posts are the same as the ones here, but its an interesting site to explore. Plus there are lots of like-minded folks who make excellent comments about the projects we are sharing. It’s […]
As I’ve been thinking ahead to next year’s goals, I have been critically eyeballing my yard. I would like to expand my gardening square footage by at least double for 2012. B because I now have 143 sq/ft. of ground under cultivation, that means I’ll need to total 286 sq/ft. What to do? The easy […]
Summer is drawing to a close, and the dry and tired hills of Southern California wait out August’s flat light with muted resignation. Soon will come the winds, then the fires, and then, at last, the cool breath and sweet nights of Autumn. I feel it, the chickens feel it, the garden feels it, even […]
Migration has begun. In the last week, I have spotted the House Finch flitting its way through the neighborhood. Every year, I see them come in spring, and leave again in fall. The weather may change, the colored leaves may be late or early, but these little birds are always the first and most reliable […]
Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to introduce you to Farmer John. Farmer John is the Master Yoda of gardening. He has been a cherished family friend for many years, but it wasn’t until last year the he and I really began our gardening relationship. I could not have asked for a more generous, […]
Michel from the VC Reporter was kind enough to write an article about us for the Earth Day issue. You can read the article here http://www.vcreporter.com/cms/story/detail/?id=8788 Thank you Michel, excellent work! Visit our Facebook age if you’d like to see more pictures and projects from Suburban Stone Age. See you there!