Looking for goats in all the wrong places — Home Harvest Africa

Leave it to the goats to decide to go missing the same week we made a plan to start fencing in their pasture. Our goats have previously spent the night away, during days when we would leave during the afternoon and they would get forgetful and wander too far off to return before dark. (In […]

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5 Skills To Learn To Start Homesteading — House To Homestead

Homesteading is all about the skills. Somehow over time we have forgotten to pass on basic skills that great great great granny had. Below are my top 5 skills you should learn to start homesteading today. Of course, there are many many other skills, but we’ll just talk about these today. […] via 5 Skills To

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A Beginner’s Guide to Making Compost: It’s Easier Than You Think — SALVAGE & STITCH

When I was little I was lucky enough to have access to a compost pile in our backyard. It wasn’t a huge operation, there was very little science behind it, and I swear my mom never really did anything to it until she was ready to use the compost in her garden. I remember being […]

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What’s growing my Kitchen Garden? — Mom WISDOM

“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need”-Cicero Having a kitchen garden is a blessing. There are so many advantages of gardening with kids such as – Healthy eating, fine motor development, learning how plants grow, Being responsible, having patience, etc. It teaches you and your little one so much.

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