Our Tiny Homestead
Buy Nothing Challenge
Our Wood Stove
Prepare for a Power Outage
Theresa's Gardening Goals
Eat Your Wild Yard
Gardening for Wildlife
Celtic Cross Garden
Bear's Shelf Chefing
Celebrate Seasonal Eatin
Samhain - Late Fall
Cook of Anarchy grilled cheese
Wood Stove Cooking
Heat wave solar cooking
Division of Labor
Yearly Harvest List
Building Our Pantry
Mid-Winter & Imbolc
Late Spring & Beltane
Late Fall & Samhain
Our pond provides habitat for frogs & dragonflies, and drinking & bathing water for birds.
Cosmos, which attract beneficial insects.
Our habitat stack, which provides shelter for insects and small mammals.
Outside at Our Tiny Homestead
In this section, we will be sharing:
Theresa's gardening goals
Permaculture gardening techniques that are in harmony with Nature
How we're turning our lawn into beautiful, edible gardens
Growing uncommon perennial vegetables
Foraging & edible weeds (How to Eat Your Yard)
Creating wildlife habitat on a small lot
Building small backyard ponds
How to start plants from seed
Making syrup by tapping black walnut (or other) trees
"Lady frog" from our pond.
Our yard is certified as wildlife habitat with the National Wildlife Federation.
One of our vegetable gardens.
Our backyard labryinth, for walking meditation.
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