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Inspiration for a Radical Homestead
Inspiration for a Radical Homestead

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Do you love the New Year as much as I do? A fresh new year is full of possibility and the perfect time to set new intentions, pick your word of the year, and declare goals. But to actually achieve your goals takes a different kind of energy, a more…
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Each year I dive into my blog’s statistics to find the top homesteading and off the grid posts of the year. Not surprisingly, these are the posts that focus on what I love to write about most: Homesteading, gardening, off the grid living, food, and…
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With a hard freeze on the horizon, I spent much of the weekend preparing the garden for the cold and harvesting vegetables for the root cellar. Although my beets may have survived the freeze, I opted to lift them out of the ground – after all, the sooner…
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An annual Fall tradition in our community is foraging for Autumn olives. From late September through October, the bushes of Elaeagnus umbellata are loaded with ripe fruits which can be turned into jam, fruit leather, sauce, barbecue sauce, liqueur, pies,…
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One of my favorite Autumn fruits is the American Persimmon, Diospyros virginiana. This native persimmon grows across much of the Southeast and lower Midwest, and produces small orange globes of fruit on stately trees. We have planted a few trees on our…
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