Longhorn Bulls | Beginning Farmer

Longhorn Bulls | Beginning Farmer

I love my cows. Over the years I’ve learned how they can be part of a vibrant ecosystem and play a role in it! Yes, a vibrant ecosystem. For Beginning Farmer Magazine I’ve written about making sure they have water and how my Longhorns will graze in burned areas...
Taking Art Outdoors in the Era of COVID-19

Taking Art Outdoors in the Era of COVID-19

It is crucial for any business to be aware of and ready to react to circumstances out of their control, and art museums are no exception. In the uncertain era of COVID-19, many of our nation’s mid-sized museums face an existential threat, as visitors can no longer...
Actual Dads | Beatriz Lindemann

Actual Dads | Beatriz Lindemann

I have four kids and I’m proud of them all. Each has unique gifts and challenges! Today I am especially proud to share a story by my beautiful daughter Beatriz Lindemann. For a child to be raised by two dads and no mom presents unexpected challenges. In this story...
The End of Food Allergy

The End of Food Allergy

Allergies, particularly food allergies, range from annoying to life threatening. But it doesn’t have to be that way. I spend a good portion of my time considering the ways to manage Coal Creek Farm in environmentally friendly and healthy ways. Invasive species,...
Stained Glass Window Design in German Abbey

Stained Glass Window Design in German Abbey

This is a beautiful story about art history, religion and getting along. A German abbey hired legend Gerhard Richter to design new stain glass windows for the abbey. Stain glass is a very old art form and combining it with a contemporary legend’s design was bound to...
Artists During COVID

Artists During COVID

There’s been a lot of hand-wringing about art during COVID. No less a genius than Andrew Lloyd Wright has urged England’s government that the arts are “at a point of no return” as urged them to allow theaters to reopen. Actors and directors and all that work with them...
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