If you know Tammy and I by now, you realize there are certain things that are important to us for our farm. Among those things is our desire to facilitate learning (ours and others) while we farm. And, happily, PFI spends a significant amount of energy and resources pursuing the same endeavors.
|Intercropping research at GFF|
|Rob mesmerizing (?) an audience|
|Enjoying food at the first GFF field day|
|2010 High Tunnel Build field day|
Our trip to this year's conference was different from all of the others. And, this wasn't necessarily because the conference itself has changed dramatically. Instead, we think it is because we have changed. Some of those changes have to do with our involvement in Practical Farmers of Iowa, and for that, we are grateful.
|Were there really that many people at the 2014 field day?|