No need for hundred of acres or a huge farm. You can partake in sustainable practices and agriculture favorites right from your city view.
Natural Pest Deterrents for Your Garden – Tiny Urban Homesteading
Chickens don’t have the ability to sweat like we do. Or tell us that they are getting too hot. And depending upon which breed they are, they can summer heat exhaustion quicker then some other breed. It is chicken owners responsibility to make sure their flock is staying cool this summer.
Happy Wednesday! This week has felt like it has flown by and I cannot say I am disappointed about that. I decided something yesterday, I am going to start writing a daily morning blog about my thoughts for the day. I am usually a person of many words, it is a lot easier for meContinue reading “Morning Thoughts on the Urban Homestead: Finding Time”
If your homestead is anything like mine, we tend to fill the trash cans with all kinds of produce left overs from skins, rinds, pulp and everything in between. But did you know that a lot of the items that you may throw away daily can actual be utilized a second time? This post willContinue reading “Utilizing Kitchen Scraps”
When we start taking a stroll town the farmers market lane instead of the grocery store aisle, we enter a world where food taste a heck of lot better and food that provides us natural nourishment rather then loaded preservatives.
We can say that social media keeps us “update on current events and memories,” but it is also good to put the phone down and enjoy what is physically around you.
The kitchen is the one place where it connects us with our heritage, memories, people, and traditions that live on with us till the end of time.