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Breeding "Landrace" vegetables

Our eventual goal is to save all the seeds needed by our farms, for several reasons. It will lower our expenses, and allow us to adapt varieties to our own climate, soil, and growing preferences. 1,166 more words

Catholic

Tuesday's Child's Family Heirlooms: Baby Grand Piano Music Box

This beautiful black stained glass baby grand piano music box is one of my newer heirlooms. It was sent to me by my third cousin twice removed James S. 277 more words

Genealogy

Seeds: Heirlooms, Hybrids, GMOs, OPs

I found that there is some confusion about all these terms used for seed. And since seeds are where it all starts when it comes to gardening, I thought I would take a bit of time to clarify things. 407 more words

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Friday Night Family Heirlooms… telling their stories: The Carnival Glass Collection

When “heirlooms” aren’t identified, and their stories never told, then they often become items that are tossed or sold – as they have no history, no ties to the family. 708 more words

Friday Night Family Heirlooms

Tuesday's Child's Family Heirlooms: Great-grandma Laura's Vintage Pedestal Candy Bowl

If you already have American made cut glass that belonged to a grandmother or another family member, cherish it as you would any prized possession, for no more like it will ever be made. 499 more words

Genealogy

HYDE HEIRLOOMS - TWO CENTURIES- TWO SILVER SPOONS

HYDE HEIRLOOMS – TWO CENTURIES- TWO SILVER SPOONS

Heirlooms are the tangible evidence of an ancestor’s existence. It is something you can grasp and picture them using.   2,882 more words

My Family Ancestry

Brand-new Heirloom

The title of this blog post at first glance might be considered an oxymoron, but I urge you to ponder the idea that something might earn the status heirloom if it meets certain criteria. 427 more words

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