Sustainable Agriculture Requires Numerous Measures

Adequate climate protection is inevitably associated with sustainable agriculture and thus, long-term production of food. But is this a way to succeed? After all, humankind is facing significant challenges in times of climate change. These processes also affect how we will produce our food in the future as the methods of agriculture that we are…


What is The Grange Month Event

Every year since the National Grange was set up, a month has been dedicated to honour and uphold the values that the founders intended for the grange. Though every grange hall around the USA have their own events and activities mapped out throughout the year, the national event is one that is special and brings…


The History of the Grange (Part 3)

Throughout its 152-year history, the National Grange of the Order of Patrons and Husbandry has seen boom, bust and crisis in many of the same ways as the national economy during that time. Peaking at just over a million member in the 1930s, the modern Grange is a much smaller organisation – however their proud…


A Short History of The Grange (Part 2)

When we last left off our brief history of the historic and influential community that is The Grange, we’d just covered a transformative moment in the movement’s history – as membership tanked following an initial boom and founding member Oliver Hudson Kelley resigned from the leadership. However, by the end of the 19th century, The…


Secret Rituals and Conspicuous Ceremonies That Teach Us Life Lessons – Grange Rituals

In a world where secret organizations are a norm, it comes as no surprise to members of the Grange that the ceremonies and rituals hold some secretive values too. The members of the Grange who established the first ever Grange hall hardly realized that the organization would host events in secret to honor and recognize…


A Brief History of the Grange (Part 1)

The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, to give the full title, is the oldest American agricultural association. Founded in 1867, the Grange has advocated for the rights of farmers across the USA in Washington whilst encouraging community bonding and rural values in their hometowns. This short history aims to fill in…


Young People Are The Future of Community Living, and The Grange Helps Them

It is no secret that young people need to be nurtured and taught how to keep things together for the future. Yes, it does take an entire village to raise a child the right way. Thankfully, the grange community is not dead and plays a beautiful tool for parents who want to find help in…


Why Nature and Garden Lovers Need A Grange Membership

The Grange community is one of the oldest community organizations that has brought together people within an area. Grange halls have been constructed throughout history, and some have even been marked as historical buildings that talk about the rich history of the American farmers. Grange halls today have been used as a place where people…


Recognized Grange Community Halls in The United States of America

Grange communities have been slowly dying over the last few decades. In recent time, many people are too busy with daily activities to be involved in community events, and grange communities lack innovative ideas on events that they can conduct. As a result, people of today’s era and children are not aware of how the…


Unique Grange Activities to Conduct During Winter Months

Winters are not the best time for most people to be involved in anything to do with going outside. People are usually grumpy, and the weather adds to their mood. Communities usually don’t host as many events during winter months because they don’t think that people would be interested in attending. However, communities can still…