Homestead Cookbook

Grilled Corn, Tomato, & Avocado Salad

by Jessica Shelton 0

I'm attending a cookout this weekend and want to bring along a dish to add to the smorgasbord.  Since we have family visiting from out-of-state,…

Cucumber Scallion Dip

by Jessica Shelton 0

Cheesy Green Chile Grits

by Jessica Shelton 0


A Natural, Non-toxic Clean for Your Whole Homestead

by Jenny Flores 0

  When guests begin making their way to my humble home, I start getting serious about cleaning.  I look at my house through the eyes…


Mad about Muscovies: Weird-looking Waddlers

by May Woodworth 0

Whenever I watch Sarge, Ash, and Baldy waddle past me, I grin.  Those three Muscovy ducks are the reason my partner Larry and I went…

Spring Turkeys

by Doug Smith 0


Horse Power!

by Gin Getz 0

Using the Power of the Horse to Pull, Plow, Dig, and Drag This is the real thing.  Horse POWER!  Working with horses, and tapping into…


Beneficial Bugs

by Jessica Shelton 0

  When I first started gardening, I knew I would probably be spending a lot of time weeding.  What I didn’t realize is just how…

Poor Man’s Greenhouse

by Regina Anneler 0

Frugality and Finance

Butter ‘N’ Eggs Without the Manure!

by Barbara Bamberger-Scott 0

Two Decembers ago I was sitting on the porch enjoying the smell of wood smoke rising from our little outdoor cooking grill, and I made…


Peboan and Seegwun (Winter and Spring)

by Jane Johnston Schoolcraft 0

  Peboan and Seegwun is a Chippewa allegory.  This is another example of one of Jane Schoolcraft's translated stories that found it's way into Longfellow's…


Too Close for Comfort: One Woman’s Misadventures in Pasture…

by Sue Dick 0

  I reflected it was an odd way to spend a morning. Crammed in a bulldozer cab, my bottom perched on a side molding of…

Health and Diet

But Eating Healthy is So Darn Expensive… Isn’t it?

by Mallorie Flynn 0

Eating healthy nowadays does not have to be expensive. In fact, it can be cheaper and far less complicated than preparing food out of a…


An Innocent’s Tale

by Neil Shelton 0

  This morning, I was thinking about when I was a kid, about the farm across the river from ours, and about the folks who…

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