30 Things You Can Do to Get Your Homestead Spring Ready – Right Now!It is time to get your backyard homestead spring ready! As winter is rolling away and we are getting prepared to welcome spring there are a few chores you can do around your homestead to get it ready for spring. Get these […]
Which of your vegetable plants should you start inside before the last frost has come and gone? This post offers a good place to start with suggestions on the seeds that you will want consider planting indoors. (Plus one bonus idea.)
Hatching out baby chicks with small children can be such a joyous part of homesteading life! Here’s a printable step-by-step chart that works well with stickers, and helps kids keep track of turning the eggs, and checking temperature and humidity. And it serves as a great visual for counting down to hatch day!
For those looking to live a self-sufficient lifestyle, spending as little as possible for off-farm expenses is a big part of making that dream a reality. What if we could eliminate that yearly “seed starting” line item entirely? This posts shows some ways that it’s very possible to start all the seedlings you need for […]
Spring has arrived and if you’re like many homesteaders you’ve already been planning your garden. One way that we reduce the cost of our garden is by growing our own seedlings. The first year we grew grew our own seedlings we made a lot of mistakes. This post includes everything I wish I had known […]
Spring cleaning doesn’t just apply to inside the home. It is officially time to put on the gardening gloves and get busy outside! I find that sometimes all of these tasks can feel overwhelming. There is so much to be done and so much to be planted. Getting everything completed little by little really does […]