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We have a homestead treasure chest in our town. It is the town dump! I know that not everyone can be this fortunate – to have a dump that allows you to collect materials left by others. But … Continue reading
Using Google Earth to zone your farm is a great planning tool. Google Earth is a wonderful tool for planning your farm permaculture zones. Its simple to use, yet powerful interface, can be mastered in a few steps and provide … Continue reading
Procrastination is a homestead killer. It’s a bold statement, but I think it is one of the major reasons people fail at homesteading or farming. “procrastination” [proh-kras-tuh–ney-shuh n, pruh‐] The act or habit of procrastinating, or putting off or delaying, especially something requiring immediate attention. We all find things to do to put off the real … Continue reading