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All things HOMEGROWN: growing, cooking, crafting, brewing, preserving, building, making and creating
All things HOMEGROWN: growing, cooking, crafting, brewing, preserving, building, making and creating

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HOMEGROWN Name Tags: Earth Mama, Dirt-Under-My-Fingernails City Slicker, Convenience Store Culinarian, Cube Farmer, 100% HOMEGROWN... Who are you?!

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How do you garden with your kids?

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A new HOMEGROWN Life post from Danielle at Yellow Tree Farm:

"Invented before the turn of the twentieth century, I consider the Planet Jr. (and other similarly-styled wheel-hoes) to be one of the most revolutionary agricultural inventions in history besides the tractor."

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How to do a quick germination test at home

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As if you needed any more convincing, Rachel shares 5 reasons why YOU want backyard chickens...

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Try an Alaska Grow Bucket this season - a simple, sub-irrigated (self-watering) container

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John asks: "Has anyone recycled discarded produce from supermarkets and maybe even restaurants to use as a source of compost? I was considering this as one of our projects to develop the compost for our bucket brigade and maybe even resale as a fund raiser at our local farmers market and maybe if viable, as a small cottage industry for my NPO."

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"If we don’t watch ourselves, we’ll fail to pause and experience one of the most beautiful and fulfilling times in this annual cycle of seasons we call a year: spring’s boom of wild edibles. At Yellabird Farm, we love our wild edibles. We love them so much we even harvest them for our customers at the Root Cellar and the Missouri Bounty Box. That’s right. We sell chickweed, henbit, dock, dandelion greens, wood sorrel and more right out of our fields and bottomland forests."

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"It's important when collecting seaweed that you observe you state and local laws. There are many protected beaches that do not allow people to remove anything from the shore or water."

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A fun project to do with the kids this summer: Build Your Own Bat House 101
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