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Today’s blog is an Interview with Mark Krawczyk, author of Coppice Agroforestry, featuring a question that was asked by a reader on social media.
Mark Krawczyk, author of Coppice Agroforestry, talks about resilience in his own life and the resilience of woody plants.
Today’s blog is an Interview with Robert Pavlis, author of Plant Science for Gardeners, featuring a question that was asked by a reader on social media.
In his book, Coppice Agroforestry, Mark Krawczyk looks at the ancient practice of coppicing, blending it with modern science, systems thinking, and tools to ground it firmly in the 21st Century. So, whether you have a few trees or an entire forest, this book is the must-have practical guide for homesteaders, farmers, foresters, land managers, and educators who ally themselves with the remarkable resilience of woody plants. Today, we share an excerpt from the book that explains what coppice is
The Berry Grower by Blake Cothron is the essential guide for growing and marketing organic small fruits and berries. Today, we share an excerpt from the book that talks about cultivating and planting blueberries.
Today’s blog is an Interview with Blake Cothron, author of The Berry Grower, featuring a question that was asked by a reader on social media.
In his book, The Berry Grower, Blake Cothron shares information on growing and marketing organic small fruits and berries. This book is the essential guide for both new and aspiring organic small fruit growers, and for seasoned farmers looking to produce high-quality organic fruits and products for local markets and self-sufficiency. Today, we share an excerpt from the book, in which the author describes his reasons behind writing the book.
Today’s blog is an Interview with Bevin Cohen, author of The Complete Guide to Seed and Nut Oils, featuring a question that was asked by a reader on social media.
Last weekend, we welcomed the first official days of summer with the summer solstice. As temperatures rise, have you ever wondered how cattle handle long days in the heat? Today on the blog, we explore this with an excerpt from Homesteading Cows: The Complete Guide To Raising Healthy, Happy, Cattle on how cattle handle the heat.
April showers bring May flowers, and those flowers bring the brilliant buzzing of bees. Whether you are interested in harvesting honey or just want to create a safe environment for bees, Keeping Bees with a Smile: Principles and Practice of Natural Beekeeping by Fedor Lazutin & Leo Sharashkin is for you. Today on the blog, we have an excerpt to help make your tree hollow a suitable natural home.
With all of the freezing temperatures across North America recently, it seemed like the perfect time to share this goat birthing story with you. It is one of almost two dozen stories in Deborah Niemann’s newest book, Goats Giving Birth: What to Expect During Kidding Season, where she talks about the good, the bad, the boring, and the heartbreaking.
DIY Sourdough: The Beginner’s Guide to Crafting Starters, Breads Snacks, and More by John & Jessica Moody offers a variety of recipes for nourishing and delicious whole grain sourdough recipes that cover breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. Today we’re sharing a recipe for making crackers. They don't need to rise, and cost a fraction to make at home compared to store-bought crackers.
Today John Moody, author of The Frugal Homesteader how to make your own cleaning supplies. Given that homesteading is at times both messy and mess making, you can save a fair bit of money making some of your own cleaners without having to spend a great deal of time.
Today’s blog is an Interview with Deborah Niemann, author of Goats Giving Birth, featuring our winning giveaway question.
Lessons, stories, and reflections from the Goat Midwife Deborah Neimann, in her new book Goats Giving Birth: What to Expect during Kidding Season