Cast iron cookware has been handed down for generations, hailed as the greatest cookware on the planet and it’s pretty to boot! However, a lot of people end up frustrated with theirs and hardly ever use it. The food sticks, the pan turns black, or they find it hard to clean. Some people even complain […]
Hatching your own clutch, or group, of eggs isn’t difficult at all.
Sheet mulching is a way to create an instant garden by deeply layering organic materials. The technique is very similar to making lasagna – layer, layer, layer. In fact, some folks call this the “lasagna method.” It can be done with a wide variety of organic materials, some of which are likely available for free […]
When your chicks transition from baby to full-feathered hen, it is time to upgrade their coop. Check out what we did on our homestead to outfit our “teenagers.”
Once we applied mulch to the pathway leading from our back deck toward the barn, I was curious to see how rain would affect it. We went days without rainfall, but then “the bottom fell out.” As I headed toward the back door to check on the mulch, I wondered what I’d find.