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Restoring the Roost: Small Batch Pickled Beets

This is the first year we have ever been able to grow beets that actually developed a root! I had to thin them out quite a bit.

Restoring the Roost: Spring at the Roost

We just returned from spending a couple of weeks in Kentucky with family and since I hadn't posted in a while I t.

Restoring the Roost: Summer Harvest

Here are the Roost we are busy harvesting from our summer of 2013 garden. A few things didn't pan out as much as we had hoped, and the co.

Restoring the Roost: Transitioning Chickens to a New Home

Ever wondered how chickens would do when moving to a new house? Chickens take a while to adjust to their environment when transitioning .

Restoring the Roost: June and Georgia's First Birthday

Makes this mama a bit sad that the baby stage is soon to end. June and Georgia's first birthd.

How to use these 7 herbs to boost your flocks health (and get better eggs). Also includes one herb you definitely don't want your flock eating as well as how to make an herbal salve for them.

7 Herbs For Chickens

The best herbs for chickens to eat are also great for other uses (like first aid), Find out how to use them to raise happy hens (and healthy eggs)!

raising pigs w/o smell, special notice to the way they do their fencing - i especially like that they used carbiners to attach the fence panel together - easy to move and reuse.

raising pigs w/o smell, special notice to the way they do their fencing - especially that they used carbiners to attach the fence panel together - easy to move and reuse.

Looking for a large and fruitful tree for your landscape? Consider the fig, an easy to grow, tall, and wide specimen that rewards little attention with bushels of sweet, fat, and juicy fruit that can be crafted into so much more than just Newtons. Learn more about this generous tree now on Gardener’s Path.

How to Grow a Fig Tree in Your Backyard

Looking for a large and fruitful tree for your landscape? Consider the fig, an easy to grow, tall,

10 HERBS YOU NEED TO GROW  Growing herbs at home is a fun, money-saving hobby that also happens to be good for your health. In addition to flavoring up your favorite dishes, herbs are filled with antioxidants and essential nutrients. Studies show that half of the nutritional value of plants is lost within thirty minutes of harvesting. When you grow your own herbs you can use what you need at the moment by harvesting small amounts, fresh from the plant.

Healthy Herbs for the Home

Best DIY Projects : 10 Herbs You Need To Grow - Fresh herbs have a long history of medicinal and culinary uses. And some herbs, have both properties. Depending on your goals, these 10 versatile herbs are ideal for most gardeners.

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We just received a beautiful gift, and are excited to share it with you all! This Food Forest Infographic is a great tool for pr

Root Cellars for Winter Food Storage root cellars: store fresh food with no electricity

Root Cellars: Store Fresh Food with no Electricity

Root cellars are making a comeback! Having fresh food without electricity has great advantages for those interested in food security.

Do you grow your own potatoes or buy in bulk from the farmers market? Follow these five easy steps to keep your potatoes fresh all winter long.

5 Steps to Storing Potatoes for Winter

Do you grow your own potatoes or buy in bulk from the farmers market, your local supermarket or your own garden.

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Medicinal Plants You Can Grow In Your Backyard

West German Pottery + Scculents (© All rights reserved 2009 studiosmith)

West German Pottery + Scculents (© All rights reserved 2009 studiosmith)

Coltivare i limoni partendo dai semi può essere una esperienza molto interessante, soprattutto se vengono coinvolti dei bambini. Far svolgere ai bambini queste attività infatti, può portare tutta una serie di benefici: Rende i bambini più sensibili e responsabili verso la natura, la vita e gli esseri viventi; Trasmette loro una passione che non ha nulla da invidiare a nessun altro passatempo; Osservare lo sviluppo di un essere vivente come un seme porta felicità. Avete mai fatto caso allo…

Pianta i Semi di Limone, Si... ma In Una tazza: Ecco I Trucchi Per Coltivarla

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