Dunton Family Farm News

What's Happening Around the Farm as well as a Soapbox for head farmer, Mike Dunton

About This Blog

Welcome!  This is just a short explanation of the purpose, intent and theme for this web-log.

As a lifelong gardener, career biodiversity preservationist, part-time horticultural historian, sometimes writer, occasional traveler, and the founder and former owner of the Victory Seed Company, many of the things discussed here will center on our farm life, seed preservation work, and the seed varieties that we offer exclusively through the Victory Seed Company. Our goal is to use this forum as a communication tool to keep our gardening friends and supporters informed.

Since I have many personal interests and projects, the topics discussed will be varied. As mentioned, they will range from seed variety work, gardening, farm life, historical horticulture, homesteading, personal food production, self-reliance, travel, overlanding vehicle builds, and perhaps some occasional soap-boxing.

Your constructive comments are welcomed and additionally, feel free to email me with suggestions.

With Regards,

Mike Dunton


One Response to “About This Blog”

  1. JWoolf says:

    I purchased cannelini beans and kidney beans from Victory Seed Co. They were the first shelling beans I ever sowed. Amazing, they grew! and dried on the bush, cracked open and re-sowed themselves. This is ideal for a lazy farmer. I plan to set out 20 more plants.I recommend folks invest in quality heirloom seeds. These are shelling beans great for the winter!

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