A child's wonder at spring is inspiration to be amazed.
How to worship God through composting.
On one particular hobby that flourishes in all conditions.
A series of columns travels through the seasons of nature and of life.
The memory of yards captured in photographs recalls a journey of inherited wonder.
Deconstructing garden admiration reveals a longing for self expression.
The discipline of composting makes a garden grow.
Pondering a summer fruit in the middle of winter.
The room in the corner becomes a multi-faceted symbol.
Reflections of a daughter who may never leave the nest.
A review of the book The Urban Homestead by Kelly Coyne and Erik Knutzen.
Spring rolls around again with broken earth and broken promises.
Warning: asking long-time neighbors about family history might surprise you.
Under the influence of urban naturalism, an inner-city neighborhood can be a wonder-full place.
A June's-eye view of what's coming up in the next couple of months.
As *cino continues to develop a vision for its historic school property in Three Rivers, Michigan, a list of ways to continue and to grow.
A journey from bedside reading to the grocery store.
A budding locavore discovers joy in limitations.
Subverting slavery, one harvest at a time.
The warmth of spring invites re-consideration of planting efforts.
On planting dinner.
Ten reasons to support *cino from wherever you are.
Lessons learned from modern serfdom in a friend’s garden.
Growing peace in a world of chemical solutions.
Scanning generations past for the legacy of growing things.
Considering a grandmother’s gardening legacy.
Forget grandma’s brooch -- what do you do when you inherit a 27,000 square foot building?