5+ Stunning Hydrangea Types – Guest Post by Sara Taylor

Introduction Hello! Today I would like to share with you some fascinating things about the lovely flower that is the hydrangea. It’s been decorating my living space for years now and it is an honour to present it to you! It’s common knowledge that Hydrangea is a genus of flowering plants that includes over seventy … Continue reading 5+ Stunning Hydrangea Types – Guest Post by Sara Taylor

Why Consider Buying Rainforest Alliance Certified Coffee – Guest Post by James Lantz

Coffee is Everywhere Coffee is one of the first things that many of us think about when we wake up in the morning. It’s part of our daily routines that we hate to go without. Coffee is grown in over eighty countries around the world, and its top consumers are Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, France, … Continue reading Why Consider Buying Rainforest Alliance Certified Coffee – Guest Post by James Lantz

Guest Post – ‘Choosing the Right Power Saw for the Right Job’ – by Brandon Smith

Google “types of saws” and you’ll be peppered with more saws than you could ever hope to have in your personal shop.  This is because for many very specific jobs a saw has been created that perfects that singular task so if you’re doing a project, it may help to go out and add a … Continue reading Guest Post – ‘Choosing the Right Power Saw for the Right Job’ – by Brandon Smith

”Covid 19 – A View from The Country” – Guest post by Willy Browne-Swinburne

Willy Browne-Swinburne is a Northumbrian landowner, farmer and Associate Director of Rural Solutions. Covid 19 – A View from The Country Willy Browne-Swinburne finds room for positivity Coronavirus, as I write, is the single most printed word in the universe. It has put things into a perspective that very few could have considered even a few … Continue reading ”Covid 19 – A View from The Country” – Guest post by Willy Browne-Swinburne

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 were … Continue reading Guest post: ‘U.S. Farmers Face Economic Uncertainty and Change’