The start of the Tomatoes https://talesfromamicroholding.wordpress.com/2019/03/31/the-start-of-the-tomatoes/ — Read on talesfromamicroholding.wordpress.com/2019/03/31/the-start-of-the-tomatoes/ Urban farming kicks off the tomatoes!
The Coop Is Done https://pamelamarston.com/the-coop-is-done/ — Read on pamelamarston.com/the-coop-is-done/ Chicken husbandry.
The Coop Is Done https://pamelamarston.com/the-coop-is-done/ — Read on pamelamarston.com/the-coop-is-done/ Urban homesteading demands chickens 🐓
Bev and I have been binging on two seasons of “Home Fires,” a BBC production about life in a small British village during World War 2. The British know a thing or two about hardships. Those years during that war were brutal for that island nation. Bombardments, food rationing, uncertainties, outright fear, all were constant … Continue reading Home Fires and Baby Goats
By Mostly Greek (Dorie) ....Visitors to our yard are nothing new. Despite the fact that we live in the suburbs, we are not too far from farms, rangeland, and a river. All that open space and semi-wild areas allow for a wide array of critters to pass through, including foxes, geese and ducks, raccoons, and of course lovely possums … Continue reading When Company Arrives Unexpectedly