Jim Johnson was a farmer in South Dakota before moving to New Hope some 20 years ago. Even though the gardening season is winding down, he's still planting crops.
"If it's a vegetable, I grow it," said Johnson.
Farming is still in his blood. All you have to do is look around his garden. Rows of squash, carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, and beans occupy half his yard. His signature crop is sweet onions -- 375 onions were picked out of his yard.
"I grow them like softballs," he said. Once the onions are harvested, he goes right back to work, planting squash… Read More