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Gardening,Canning and Food Preservation Part II

Some things I did not discuss in detail part 1…

Compost:

Even if you live in a home on a small city lot,you can still make a compost pile. 774 more words

Survival

Gardening, canning and food preservation-part 1

Those who live where they have the room to grow a large garden should be doing so,as it not only saves you money,it supplies you with a lot of food which you can preserve by freezing,canning,and dehydrating. 816 more words

Use What Food You Have

Yesterday I harvested some things from our garden. Parsley, Basil, zucchini, garlic tops. Even though it doesn’t look like much, you can still figure out how to use whatever you have from your garden. 17 more words

Frugal Living

Ron Finley: “Growing Your Own Food is Like Printing Your Own Money!”

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There are approximately 50 million Americans currently on food stamps or receiving some form of government assistance due to poverty. Ron Finlay is a self proclaimed Guerilla Gardener from South Los Angeles, which he says is a food desert. 397 more words

Collective-evolution

Mid-Summer Farm Update

So we don’t actually own a farm. But it’s a really really big garden. So it feels like a farm. I felt like I needed to clarify that if you are thinking, wow she has a farm AND a full-time job AND two kids. 686 more words

Our Farm

An Herb Garden By The River

A friend expressed some interest in doing some herb gardening. We both love to spend time at the river, both live close to rivers and even though we are far apart we have similar growing climates! 686 more words

Tales Of The Journey

blueberries keep on coming

This is what we see every single day for the past two weeks. Lucky us!

Plant yourself some native blueberries, it will take about five years to have them produce…too many to eat. 7 more words

Photography