In November 2014, I decided to quit my job. With encouragement and support from my family I made the decision to move from Washington D.C. back home to the farm in New Hampshire. “Before you move back,” my brother the farmer advised me, “how about you go and learn something useful?”
This blog is my attempt to do just that.
I’m taking the long road home and sharing some lessons learned along the way including practical lessons on working with soil, plants and animals, culinary explorations of my own and the places I visit and reflections on life and faith.
- Read my latest updates and travel plans here.
- Essay, stories and things I think about while cutting, splitting and stacking wood are here.
- Reviews of books or reflections on the works and writings of others can be found here.
- All things practical in regards to food, cooking, gardening and farming you can check out here.
And please do visit www.clarkridgefarm.org for the latest on the farm and meat availability.