Guest post: ‘U.S. Farmers Face Economic Uncertainty and Change’

Hello, I’m Amanda! My family farms about 2,000 acres of corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. I’m also a practicing attorney, who writes about modern agriculture and farm policy in the United States. Ben and I previously swapped articles giving our respective readership perspective on farming across the pond. And we both thought we wereContinue reading “Guest post: ‘U.S. Farmers Face Economic Uncertainty and Change’”

How to Turn Your Farm into a Tourist Attraction? – Guest post by Shane Haumpton

Agricultural tourism or “agritourism” is a fast-growing trend in the travel industry, but it’s not a new concept. In Europe and beyond, farms have long been offering a variety of agriculture-based experiences, ranging from on-farm accommodations to educational and “pick your own” tours. Some regions would take advantage of harvest seasons by hosting festivals andContinue reading “How to Turn Your Farm into a Tourist Attraction? – Guest post by Shane Haumpton”

What You Need to Know About Health and Safety in Agricultural Work – Guest post by Simon Bliss

Agricultural work in the UK can be hazardous. In fact, according to statistics, between one and three people die every month as a result of a farming accident. Several more are either seriously injured or fall ill in connection with their work. As a result, to ensure farming is a sustainable business, there needs toContinue reading “What You Need to Know About Health and Safety in Agricultural Work – Guest post by Simon Bliss”

Sustainable Decorating: 4 Tips to Furnish Your Home & Garden – Guest post by Katie Tejada

Sustainability is more important now than it ever has been, which is why finding ways to be more environmentally friendly in your own home is essential. You can’t change the entire world in one day, but you can ensure that you’re utilizing eco-friendly materials and reducing your own environmental footprint. Thankfully, finding sustainable living materialsContinue reading “Sustainable Decorating: 4 Tips to Furnish Your Home & Garden – Guest post by Katie Tejada”

Eco-Friendly DIY Home Renovations – Guest Post by Emma Joyce

Even though this probably isn’t your most favorite thing in the world, renovating your home from time to time is something you simply have to do. This is the only way to make your living space more visually appealing, practical, and inviting at the same time. Most of these renovations require professional assistance, but youContinue reading “Eco-Friendly DIY Home Renovations – Guest Post by Emma Joyce”