What Comes After Oil? | project chesapeake

By: Tom Chatham If we follow the premise that all things on Earth are finite such as the physical resources we use then we must assume that at some point we will begin to run out of these resources as they are more heavily utilized. Our use of energy is one such item that should

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Poly Supers | Bee Happy Products

By beehappyproducts For the last few years we have been gradually fading out the old wooden brood boxes and supers in exchange for poly boxes. The weight difference has been really noticeable especially when the supers are full.  Sally particularly notices the difference and is happy to carry a full poly super compared with a wooden

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Killing my pigs – permaguyver

by permaguyver I had a big, somewhat emotional day on the farm the other day. We had Rob, the friendly local mobile butcher come in to kill and butcher 2 of my 3 pigs. I felt s bit sick in my stomach during the lead up to the day because the pigs are quite like dogs in

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Getting Ready For Fall in the Garden | Katy Had a Little Farm

By katyhadalittlefarm No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace as I have seen in one autumnal face.-John Donne I felt it today.  I felt the heavy, clingy, southern summer heat waver a bit.  The highs have come down into the low 90’s and signaled it’s time to start preparing for the fall crops.  I have

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