Sunday, June 1, 2008
John Burroughs (April 3, 1837-March 29, 1921) was an American naturalist and essayist important in the evolution of the U.S. conservation movement. According to biographers at the American Memory project at the Library of Congress, John Burroughs was the most important practitioner after Thoreau of that especially American literary genre, the nature essay. By the turn of the century he had become a virtual cultural institution in his own right: the Grand Old Man of Nature at a time when the American romance with the idea of nature, and the American conservation movement, had come fully into their own.
Associety and Wired Heifer House build raised beds
The raised beds sit on the Wired Heifer House fields just south of the family farm Burroughs was born at in 1837, his writing studio Woodchuck Lodge and his final resting place at Boyhood Rook.
(8) raised beds 4 x 100'
planted pumpkin seeds
37 varieties of heirloom tomatoes
Posted by Madalyn Warren at 8:06 AM