Category Archives: Sustainability

A 2013 Retrospective

Here it is the end of another year on the homestead and time to do a bit of looking back and reflecting. These columns are a great resource for me as I’ve been able to see what was uppermost on … Continue reading

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Preservation Kitchen! September 2013

Here it is September already, a turning point month, here on the homestead. The deep green of high summer is passing and we’re beginning to see more color changes with the yellows and golds emerging. My thoughts turn to making … Continue reading

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Homesteading: Spring Foraging April 2013

Today as I write to you, gazing out the window overlooking the garden, things are still rather bleak. Though spring is in the air, I know it will be quite awhile until this view is filled with the bounty of … Continue reading

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Today’s workshop

Sharon and I just finished teaching this years’ first homesteading workshop.  We  really enjoyed the time spent sharing the ins and outs of how to begin.  It’s so important to share what we’ve learned over the years.  Hopefully,  our passion … Continue reading

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