Garden Fresh Homemade Chicken Soup
Preparing for New Bees
The good, bad and edible on weeds. When you have a large area to maintain keeping things beautiful but manageable is a challenge. The best way to manage large spaces is to reevaluate your opinion on weeds. For the most part people have adopted the view that weeds are ugly, unnecessary and should be done…
Saving the Bees. Helping the Bees. Supporting the Bee’s. All are very important to us on the Farmstead. One of the most profound things that hit home for me was watching “Vanishing of the Bees.” In it they discussed what has been happening to the bee population and the role of mono-crops and pesticides have…
Nonni’s Chili is family favorite. We have a few. It is a hearty and delicious recipe you will love.
It is time to plant all the things. Yay!
Don’t be fooled, March is just crazy!
We wanted to transform this outdated house into a functional yet beautiful farmhouse inspired home.
Time for change My journey to eat clean, move daily, pray often and love much or (EMPL) has been a long one that has lead me to working full time on the farmstead and blogging about it. I decided in early 2017 to spend the next year focusing on my health. Have you ever felt…
Weed: a wild plant growing where it is not wanted and in competition with cultivated plants.
5 Steps to Get Your Garden Started
1-What to plant
2-Choose your location
3-Check soil pH
4-Prepare your soil
What Needs Done In February on the Homestead?
*Sow Early Spring Crops
The desire to homestead has been mine not my husbands. He likes the idea. He likes the pounds of fresh figs. He likes the time we spend together working on everything. He likes making me happy. What he doesn’t like is the heat and all the work after work. Even so, he believes in what…
Blueberry Banana Bread without the guilt
Yes. The state Arkansas allows the purchase of CBD as long as it contains less than .3% THC