To grow Food in Cold Climate is just a bit different (or maybe it is a whole lot different ;)). If you know the differences, you can grow lots of food here, too. While the southerlies plant their garden, we pile up more snow, while they harvest their first crops, we plant ours, and while they still complain about the heat troubling their plants we already cover ours to protect from the first frost. Learn how to grow food in cold climate from spring to winter.
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Northern Homestead shows by example how to grow, raise, and preserve real food in a cold climate (Zone 3A) at an urban homestead. We hope to be an inspiration to all cold climate homesteaders and winter gardeners.
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