Getting your kids involved in homesteading is incredibly important and they will love it! This post will show you some simple steps you can take to make a special, kid-friendly, space for your kids to join you in the garden.
A catch-up post of this springs branding and Montana skies.
No man in the world has more courage than the man who can stop after eating one peanut. ~Channing Pollock
Many homesteaders and suburban homesteaders such as myself are trying to minimize gardening space for maximum yield. See how we very frugally build a potato tower and reap a bountiful harvest of potatoes.
Did you know there are multiple styles of composting? Have you ever heard of a worm farm? Composting is easy and something any gardener can do. It doesn’t have to smell or be unsightly and can be made in your backyard… even in town! (We do it!) This post dispels the composting myths and links […]
As a new gardener I was eager to grow my own tomatoes, but felt a little overwhelmed about some of the terminology thrown out there associated with this favorite garden vegetable. Here is a post that covers some of the things I wish I had known when I was just starting out.