Well, it’s that time of year again! Despite the solid week of cold, rain, and lack of sunshine, it’s still garden season and time to plan. Last year was my first season with my garden here in Massachusetts, and I barely got by with the skin of my teeth. Because I moved up here in the winter, to a house where a garden hadn’t existed before, I had no idea what kind of soil I was dealing with.
About the Author
- The Modern Day Settler
My name is Kate. Chicken addict and lover of baby animals, meat, photography, and all things homemade. I love on an antique farm in Massachusetts where I raise laying hens, meat chickens, goats, and pigs. I have a passion for gardening and preserving my own produce, as well as cooking and baking everything from scratch! I love living a do it yourself, homemade lifestyle, and sharing any tips or tricks that I have to offer along the way. Join me in my effort as I strive to live as much of a subsistence lifestyle as possible!
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