While some people seem to think that a green thumb is an innate ability, a sort of natural instinct, in many cases a green thumb is actually developed through years of experience.
If you have never planted a garden before, you may still be hunting for resources. We’ve pulled together a short list of posts, links, and books to help you out.
If your children love the outdoors and also love to write, they may enjoy A Kid’s EcoJournal series by Toni Albert.
Birds are switching gears all across Kansas. The nesting season is almost over, and the fall migration season has already begun for some species of wild birds. Of course, the peak migration has not yet occurred, so now might be a good time to brush up on your birdwatching skills. Here you will learn a…… Continue reading How to Identify Birds
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.
There is only one important rule to remember here, and that is that there is no such thing as a right or wrong way to keep a journal.
Although you can easily make your own birdwatching journal, the All-Weather Birder’s Journal made by Rite in the Rain has several advantages.
How do you keep up with a farm journal? By being consistent.
Now that you have decided to keep a farm journal, you will need to decide what to keep it in.
Keeping a farm journal is a rewarding practice for beginners and experts alike. In this series, we will try to answer four critical questions about farm journals: why, what, when, and how. Enjoy! It is true that we can learn a great deal from farming books, but there is no substitute for hands-on experience. Unfortunately,…… Continue reading The Farm Journal: Why