Those who participate in agritourism activities such as hayrides and riding horses and get hurt will not be able to sue the agritourism owner as long as a warning is prominently posted on the property about the inherent risks of such activities. Senate Bill 931,
Farm-Agri News and Info
Recent article from CNN- That honeybees die is not new. And that beekeepers accept that on average 30% or more of their livestock will vanish each spring isn’t new either. But when more than half of all the honeybees in this country die almost at once — that is new. And that’s what happened this [...]
A recent 30-year study at Pennsylvania’s Rodale Institute comparing conventional and organic farming methods has produced results that those of us in the back-to-basics movement have
The Columbia Area Beekeeper’s Association meets on the first Sunday
Former and future vendors considering participating in the Columbia Farmers’ Fresh Market are encouraged to attend an orientation workshop.
Exciting news about upcoming projects and events being sponsored by a new local Spring Hill non-profit organization and our very own Tennessee Children’s Home! Our desire is to connect our neighbors to each other, their local farmers and the soil itself. Our first three ventures are a farmers market
Plant Hardiness Zone Map USDA updated their planting zone map for the United States for 2012. You can get the planting season information for your area by zip code via this map. It’s a good resource to have when growing your own garden and plants. Changes in US Plant Hardiness Zones Here is an interactive [...]