Courage to Grow Farms: Cultivating Success in Spokane

By Huckleberry Press / November 11, 2022 /
Courage to Grow Farms

By Sarah D. Stephens Regenerative agriculture, urban farming, naturally grown certified, these are terms that define Courage to Grow Farms. Oftentimes people will leave careers to lead a life as…

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Growing Memories

By Huckleberry Press / May 15, 2022 /

In the Fall of 2018, we moved our family from a restricted gated community in hopes of finding something to ground our family. Little did we know that it would literally be the ground that did it.

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Last Calving Season

By Huckleberry Press / April 27, 2022 /
calving arms in the barn

My son Luke had been helping us feed the cows every day and assisting during calving season. He works really hard and is growing his own herd. The cows he feeds every morning are mingled amongst our winter feed/calving area animals.

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Cowgirls of Lincoln County

By Huckleberry Press / September 16, 2021 /

Women are doing the cowboys’ job in increasing numbers across what’s left of the west. Long days in and out of the saddle gathering and pushing stubborn cattle through pastures and into corrals for branding or doctoring makes a person tough, resilient and wholly in touch with life at its most basic. Cowboys have done it for hundreds of years. Now the new face is feminine.

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Hartill’s Mountain Saw and Tractor

By Huckleberry Press / April 2, 2021 /

What do you do when you need a chainsaw, but you don’t know which one to choose? If you’re lucky enough to live in or near Chewelah, Washington, you go directly to Hartill’s Mountain Saw and Tractor.

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What do the Native Pollinators and Honey Bees do for you?

By Huckleberry Press / February 18, 2021 /

As you read this article sit back in your easy chair with your coffee cup in hand and let your mind’s eye start looking around. Go to the refrigerator and open the door. What do you see?

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Sustaining a Future for Farming in Washington

By Huckleberry Press / January 8, 2021 /

I am from a small town tucked into the northwest corner of Ohio. A town, much like many others we all know, where farmland sits at the outer edges of a humble but growing and thriving community.

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Soil Depth Limits Crop Yield in the Palouse

By Huckleberry Press / December 15, 2019 /

By Haiying Tao,, Washington State University Extension, Washington State University Farmers Network. The Palouse is known for its capacity for producing highest wheat yield and quality in the world.…

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Future Farmers of America

By Huckleberry Press / November 2, 2019 /

by Kendyl Wiley, as delivered to the 2019 Farm to Table Dinner, Davenport, WA  Starting as early as age three, we begin our education. We are eased in at first…

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Earthworms and Soil Health

By Huckleberry Press / October 1, 2019 /

By Haiying Tao, Washington State University Extension, Washington State University Farmers Network; Dawn Pettinelli, University of Connecticut Home & Garden Education Center Happy are the farmers and gardeners who cultivate their…

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