Start A Raspberry Patch From Scratch

Start A Raspberry Patch From Scratch

Start A Raspberry Patch From Scratch Raspberries are a delicious fruit to enjoy fresh and preserve for the year.  Although store bought raspberries are good there is nothing like picking them fresh from the berry patch. As well, raspberries are an easy plant to grow...
Top 10 Homesteaders To Follow In 2020

Top 10 Homesteaders To Follow In 2020

Top 10 Homesteaders To Follow In 2020 Homesteading is an amazing lifestyle that so many people are interested in these days.  The journey of homesteading is rewarding but also requires a lot of learning and growing. Having friends and mentors in your community is so...
Beginners Guide To Starting Seeds Indoors

Beginners Guide To Starting Seeds Indoors

Beginners Guide To Starting Seeds Indoors It really feels like spring when I pull out the seeds and start planning my garden. Seeing the seedlings sprout up inside even though it is still cold outside excites me for the season ahead. I hope this helps to guide and...
Winter Food Storage Without a Root Cellar

Winter Food Storage Without a Root Cellar

Winter Food Storage Without a Root Cellar There is a great satisfaction that comes with picking vegetables straight from your garden and cooking up a heathy homegrown meal for your family. But for many of us who live in a cool climate, eating farm fresh food only...
Chicken Coop Tour & Top Design Tips

Chicken Coop Tour & Top Design Tips

Chicken Coop Tour & Top Design Tips Chickens are a great addition to the homestead. They are easy to keep, supply you with eggs and, depending on how many you have, do not require a lot of space.  We got our first flock of Rhode Island Reds shortly after moving...
Getting goats? 5 things you need to consider FIRST

Getting goats? 5 things you need to consider FIRST

Getting goats? 5 things you need to consider FIRST Many beginning homesteads have considered getting goats, often as the next step after successfully keeping chickens.  There is definitely a divide in opinions on goats, some consider them a nuisance while others love...

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