“I thought, ‘This thing’s just made out of wood, I should be able to make one.'”
“It goes into a spiritual realm where the land and the people are connected…”.
Looking back to the Big Bang of country music.
Hear how faith, family, people, and place came together to create American country music.
A springtime walk is good for the soul.
A look at some of our favorite photos from past issues.
Stunning views, and a day on the farm, available to those willing to sleep on straw.
Divining the secrets of an 80-year-old Basque structure built in the wilderness for baking bread.
A look at some of our favorite shots from The Furrow and Homestead magazines.
Railcar owners preserve the golden years of rail travel.
High-tech flying machines number in the millions.
Homesteading the ultimate waterfront property.
Chestnut trees and elderberry bushes prepare this historic Missouri homestead for future generations.
Urbanites save farm from eminent domain threat.
The limestone caves of Italy’s Sassi region have been occupied for millennia.
The story behind our favorite illustrations.
A family owned foundry makes bronze bells for the whole world .
South Dakota farmer Rick Bieber recalls a time when 20 families lived within walking distance of The Harding School.
Making the toughest decision.