The following are links to photo albums on various topics. Click on the titles to get to the albums, and inside the albums you can click on the photos to make them larger.
If you have a question about any of the photos please email me and include a link to the photo in your question (I’ve posted so many I don’t remember all of them, or where they are). If you’d like to use a photo for any public reason please let me know – I’m mostly fine with this but I like to know when my photos get used and if it’s for anything commercial I would like to be compensated for the use. I don’t post other people’s photos here.
For an event that OSU put on to show tools for small farms. Allen Dong, who has been designing DIY farm tools for decades, and making the designs free to all under the name I-Tech, was showing some of this seed tools at the event.
These photos are form a slide show I did for a tools class at Clackamas Community College. They show a variety of tools used to control weeds in the field.
These photos are from a slide show I did at Clackamas Community College. They show a variety of tools used to make transplanting easier.
These photos are from a slide show I did for a tools class at Clackamas Community College. They show a variety of tools used for direct seeding.
These photos are from a slide show I did for a tools class at Clackamas Community College. They show a variety of tools used to take fields from sod or cover crop and turn them in to beds ready to plant.
The one and only attempt I’ve made at putting together a video, this is about harvesting potatoes at Sauvie Island Organics as a part of their CSA member party.
Photos from an article on basic tools for metal working written for Growing for Market. One of the things I love about farming is all of the supporting skills, like working with steel.
Photos from an article on tools for seeding cover crops written for Growing for Market. These are from farms in Oregon and California.
A few photos I put together to show scenes around CSA farms. Most of the photos are from Sauvie Island Organics, but there are a couple of other farms represented as well.
The Allis Chalmers Model G tractor is a very popular cultivating tractor on small farms. Here are photos of some of the set ups that I’ve put together and that I’ve seen on other farms.
Winding drip tape at the end of the season makes it easy to store and to reuse. These are photos I put together for articles in BC Organic Grower and Growing for Market.
Quick hitches for 3 point implements make changing the implements faster and safer. These are photos I put together for an article in Growing for Market.
These are photos form a profile of Eatwell Farm’s equipment selection that I did for Growing for Market
These are photos from a profile of Skyline Farm’s equipment selection that I did for Growing for Market.