So you’ve figured out your planting zone, planted your seeds indoors, and prepared your soil. Now what? Follow along with Kristi as she shares a simple method for hardening off your seedlings.
If you are anything like me, you’ve got a list of homesteading goals that you would like to see come to fruition this year. The sheer volume of items on our goals list can threaten to smother us in lumber, compost, all manner of supplies, and, of course, chicken poop. Find out how to keep […]
If raising chickens is a gateway to the homesteading life, deciding to keep bees means you are truly on your way. Come learn from guest poster Gretchen Stuppy Carlson as she shares about her bee keeping experiences at Let This Mind Be in You.
It’s almost spring and you can almost taste the fruits and vegetables of a summer harvest. You would love to be able to learn to grow your own garden this year, but where to start? Finding your hardiness zone is key to know what grows well in your area, what to plant and when to […]
You know what you want to grow in your garden this year, but you’ve never started seeds indoors. Here are some simple steps that can help you on your way to cultivating an abundant vegetable garden.
While you are planning your garden and sowing your seeds indoors, don’t forget that your seedlings’ new home needs to be spruced up a bit too! Take this simple advice for preparing your garden beds for a full and abundant harvest!