Let’s plant in March! Spring is just around the corner but it isn’t too early to think about the seeds you should plant in March! These vegetables, herbs and fruits will work for most people but if you’re in an area, like me, with extreme heat you’ll want to check out planting calendars for your […]
Switchel, or Haymaker’s Punch is the electrolyte-full, energy-boosting health tonic of farmers and homesteaders from the 1700’s. This delicious recipe is better for you that Gatorade, and is made from simple, wholesome ingredients. Read more about the nutritional facts, and try the recipe yourself!
Composting goes hand in hand with homesteading, but for someone just starting out, it can be overwhelming. Soil ph, balancing, rotating, remembering what you can and can not compost – it’s a lot of information. But if you have a garden – veggies or flowers or even just a lawn – composting is a free […]
Join us on our adventure as we visit a horse barn to gather manure for our garden and decide to brew up a good cuppa loose leaf tea in the barn! Its parTEA time in the barn ya’ll!
Spring is the time of year that many people consider starting their first garden. If you aren’t sure whether or not you should start one, head here to learn about the benefits and learn how you can start your own garden today!
I really believe that everyone and everything has a time and a season. It’s one of the first lessons I was taught when learning about the Bible, except it wasn’t a lesson I easily accepted.