Micro Farming

The Truth About Starting a Micro Farm Today

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The good news is, it is still possible to have a sustainable, profitable micro farm on a small piece of land. However, the truth...
Early Garming

Early Farming Practices in 1800s Ohio

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Have you ever wondered how the pioneers got their bread? After all, there were no brightly-lit grocery stores boasting shelves of different varieties of...
Selling Organic Food

Making Money on the Community Demand for Local Organic Herbs, Spices...

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Today there is a very large demand for locally grown organic produce, herbs and spices that is expanding exponentially. The home based entrepreneur has...
Native American Cooking

Native American Cooking: Pemmican

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Native American cooking and recipes cover a broad spectrum. From the east, south, west and northern regions each with their own indigenous food sources....
Echinachea

On My Walk: Echinachea (Purple Coneflower)

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On my walk I discovered the native North American Purple Cone Flower otherwise known as Echinachea spp. It’s also known by many other names...
Summer Riches

Summer Riches: Coal Oil Lamps, Cool Well Water, and Blackberries with...

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Summertime brings back memories of the smoky smell of coal oil lighting, the feel of cool dank air rising from the well with the...
Red Clover

From My Walk: Red Clover

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From my walk today, I discovered this pretty little gem the Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) also known as purple clover or trefoil (three leaflets)....
Farming

Farming in The 13 Colonies

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Today, we have all the modern equipment to make farming an easier task. However, this was not the case when the Puritans and Pilgrims...
Spring Foraging

Top Tips for Spring Foraging

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Spring is a time for rebirth. A call to leave the darkness of winter behind and head outside for sunshine and longer days. The...
Softwoods

Know Your Softwoods

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This article discusses softwoods used in home furnishings. While they need more care and are high maintenance, they are also cheaper. Most furniture manufacturers...