The Sunshine Award is given from one blogger to other bloggers who “are positive and creatively inspire others in the blogosphere.” It is simply paying it forward by acknowledging those whose writing you admire.
Someone harvested something from my yard without asking and they left a note on my front porch letting me know. Here is what I think about it.
The homesteading life has a romantic quality to it. Is it really romantic? Here’s how to achieve the state of mind of a true homesteader.
Parking strips are undervalued real estate primed for planting edibles. But there are at least two potential problems with growing in a space that technically does not belong to the homeowner. Here is how to overcome those problems and grow food anyway.
A community garden demonstrates a permaculture response to land repair, community fellowship, and growing food.
The Permaculture Yard Class was an opportunity to take a guided tour of our micro-farm and learn about the ways in which we used permaculture design to improve efficiency and yield. In this post, we’ll review the day in pictures.
The sprawling suburbs are the bane of any good environmentalist’s existence. With wide expanses of lawns and roads, they represent American consumerism to a T. Is it possible to rebuild the fabric of a functional culture? Follow my challenge to create a suburban community garden and help to rebuild a sense of community.
Modern homesteading is the act of transforming a household from a unit of consumption to a unit of production. Here are 5 reasons why homesteaders in the suburbs are making the switch.