When winter temperatures dip, make sure to help your hens stay healthy in the cold.
For folks like me that have a wood stove, having pine cone fire starters certainly aren’t necessary, but boy! does it make the morning fire starting much quicker and smoother (and it also looks cool to have a stack of fire starters waiting by your wood pile to be used). These pine cone fire starters are easy to […]
It’s that time again…seed saving time. If you don’t already save your own seeds, it’s not too late to start. And it’s easy to do. (You can find out more here.) If you already save your seeds, but get tired of them looking all messy and unorganized in baggies with masking tape labels, I’ve got […]
For a very long time, learning how to compost and becoming a “Composter” was NOT on my list of things to do. When I finally gave in, I did it because I felt pressure to ‘do the right thing’. But I did it dragging my feet. I had visions of a smelly, steamy, fly infested heap […]