Welcome back Homesteaders! Sorry I've been away for so long but today we will be discussing the gun debate that is currently going on in this country, a book series titled 299 Days, 13 skills in 13 and the emergency bag I have been working on for the car. Hope you guys enjoy it!
Welcome back Homesteaders! Well Thanksgiving is over and now it is time to jump into the busy shopping season....or is it? Today we will look at a few creative ways you can make a homemade gift that will probably be more appreciated by the recipient and less stressful on your pocket book. Enjoy!
Branch Candle Holders
DIY Vintage Bookmarks
Homemade Bath Salts
Jar lids painted with chalkboard paint
Custom made coasters
Long time no see Homesteaders! I hope everyone had a wonderful Halloween! Today we will be talking about our most versatile crop, corn. We will also take a look at today's Ancestral Animal and discuss why we all need to be prepared.
I tried to get to the page for the LDS manual but it keeps telling me it's broken. I will try again or at least see if I can find it somewhere else so I can get it posted.
Welcome back Homesteaders! In today's episode we are going to talk about using scrapbooking to create your own book of shadows. I have taken some pictures of the book that I am working on and I will post those on the blog at www.thepaganhomesteader.blogspot.com if you would like to take a look. Enjoy!
Welcome back Homesteaders! Sorry for the delay but Episode 50 is finally out. Today we will be talking about the magic gardens, the Barbados Blackbelly sheep, gardening by the moon and today's folktale.
Magical Gardens: Cultivating Soil and Spirit by Patricia Monaghan
- ISBN-10: 0738731927
- ISBN-13: 978-0738731926
Barbados Blackbelly Sheep Association International 1156 NE 50th Road Lamar, MO 64759 USA Office phone: 417-398-2875 Office email: firstname.lastname@example.org Secondaryl email: email@example.com www.blackbellysheep.org
Welcome back Homesteaders! Today we will be talking about chicken feed, an herb you may want to add to your garden, and gardening by the moon.
Welcome back Homesteaders! Today I have a surprise interview with Paul Wheaton permaculturist extraordinaire. Paul has his own podcast about permaculture that I highly encourage everyone to check out. In this interview we talked about hugel kultur beds and Wofati. Wofati is another sustainable way to build a house for those who are interested. I hope you guys enjoy the interview and you can find Paul's show on iTunes or at his website which is listed below.