It’s not too late to think about putting away your produce for the winter! And if you need help figuring out what to do with it, allow us to recommend a classic: Stocking Up.
Since fall migration is picking up, some of you may be looking for ways to attract new birds to your yard. Here’s a friendly book that will give you some ideas.
We all know that healthy plants are resistant to bugs. Unfortunately, we all too often forget to ask ourselves why this is true.
DIYHomeschooler.com offers free—but high-quality—units on a wide range of subjects. We have picked out five units and activities of particular interest to homesteading families.
Shortcake is very versatile. You can have it as a dessert, a breakfast, or even as a side dish at dinner.
So what if you only have an acre or so to work with, but are eager to grow a little bit of your own food? A garden and maybe even a small orchard are two options you may want to consider. And if you need some advice on growing fruits and vegetables in the smallContinue reading “The Home Acre”
If you raise any kind of plants in Kansas, consider downloading these free PDFs. They’ll be a big help in the coming growing season.
There are two traits heirloom plants share: a long history, and the ability to breed back true to type. They have stood the test of time.
How to choose plants and varieties for your garden and orchard that will thrive in your environment and satisfy your palate.
One thing you need to think about is how to make your garden as navigable as possible. You might as well make things easier on yourself!