After watching the “Back to Eden” film, we were convinced that creating a sustainable permaculture using tree-limb mulch was the way to go, and we set about finding a source. We located a source, and they promised to deliver. So we waited…and waited…and waited. This post describes the wait.
The Strawbale Studio is an educational center in Oxford, MI that teaches people about natural building and other sustainability skills. See examples of buildings that can be constructed from the ground beneath your feet! They’re beautiful, too!
After waiting for what seemed like FOREVER, the first loads of mulch finally arrived! We couldn’t have been more excited, and judging by my conversation with the folks dumping the mulch, neither could they!
So you are about to embark on your journey toward homesteading. Whether you are in the city or in the country, it always pays to have a plan to follow while you seek to fulfill your dream of homesteading.
When we bought our first homestead – one acre of land with a 50 year old farm house in Mission, BC — about a 45 minute commute from Mr. Joybilee’s work, we thought we had arrived. We were in our mid 20s with our first baby and making decisions about housing and employment that are […]
There are a lot of overwhelming facts and figures about the state of our Earth’s ecosystems and the amount of destruction happening around the planet. It can be scary, but the changes we’ll need to make to create a better future for our planet will also benefit our own health and well-being. We must be […]