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 […]
For many homesteaders springtime means sugaring. Tree syrup is Mother Nature’s apology for a long, hard winter and can be made by tapping a variety of tree species. Learn how to tap trees and take advantage of this sweet resource.
Lean how to best use winter cover-crops to set your garden up for Spring success.
Ah, spring on the Alaskan Homestead. That time of the year when all those little outside projects which have waited all winter long need to be done. That time of the year when there never seems to be enough hours in the day (Even in Alaska!). As always, it’s a busy spring on the Alaskan […]
Spring time is a beautiful and exciting time of year filled with possibility and beauty. Here are some of the beauty surrounding my homestead.