At Homestead Bloggers we have some amazing member artisans who are able to bring beautifully crafted items from their home to yours. I’ve gathered some of my favorites into this post as a highlight of what is available. If there is a more commercial item that I think would be fabulous on your homestead I’ve […]
“Don’t try to do it all today. On the other hand, don’t throw your arms in despair because you can’t do everything and then decide to do nothing. Every little bit helps….Sustainability is a journey.” ~Homegrown and Handmade At Homestead Bloggers Network, part of our mission is supporting a more self-sufficient lifestyle, by supporting […]
Nature is closer than you think. Every neighborhood has a #Naturehood. To find a neighborhood park or green space near you, visit DiscoverTheForest.org. PSAs from DiscoverTheForest.org highlight urban forests and parks. These “naturehoods” are just a short-drive away, making it easy for families to unplug from the daily routine and reconnect with nature. Populations have […]
There are a lot of useful edibles that are mentioned in the Little House books. Here are some of the plants that Ma and Laura grew that are perfect for your edible landscaping garden.
During cold weather, soups are just pure comfort. It keeps our tummies warm and it fills us up. Here are some of the best and healthy winter and soups recipes we have found. Tomato Basil Soup Wondering what to do with those fresh tomatoes and basil from your garden? It’s time to make some homemade […]
Soil isn’t always ideal, but that doesn’t have to keep you from growing incredible organic gardens. Sometimes, we have to amend the soil to make it more suitable for the plants we really want and need to grow. Other times, you can find the perfect plant for the perfect spot.