By Laurie When I finally came home from work for good, the relief was overwhelming. I missed spending time with my family and with Scott working nights, I almost never saw him. It was an interesting transition. While being able to have breakfast with everyone most mornings and reinserting myself into family discussions/decisions were really good … Continue reading From Bread Winner to Milk Maid…
By LuckyRobin I am so happy with how the kits are doing. They are growing very well. Admittedly I haven’t been able to check on them as much as I normally would. My husband and son have had to do the majority of the rabbit chores since I still have bronchitis and a lot of swelling … Continue reading The Kits are Thriving | When Did This Become a Farm?
by onecowrevolution Here is our recipe. Enrollment requirements: beg, steal or borrow a couple of acres of waste land: Day one Buy or beg a goat, 50 ft. of airline cable, 2 swivels, a cinder block, and a bucket Tether the goat in your worst briars and scrub; give her a bucket of water Milk … Continue reading become a farmer in seven days | The One-cow Revolution
I maintain there are some things in life you should do only once. I’d put clearing and regenerating a 10 rod allotment plot up at the top of the list. Yet, thanks to the Duke of Northumberland, I’m halfway through a second clearance and regeneration project. I’ve taken a different approach to this second clearance … Continue reading Regenerating an overgrown plot – part 1 – Allotment Life
By Sandrine Ceurstemont The minibus crosses the vast plateau on a newly paved road. Cracked fields stretch away towards the Moroccan desert to the south. Yet the barren landscape is no longer quite as desolate as it once was. This year it became home to one of the world’s biggest solar power plants. Hundreds of … Continue reading The colossal african solar farm that could power europe – The Muslim Times