Seed saving is something gardeners have been doing forever. It’s a great way to maintain a continuous supply of heirloom or open-pollinated seeds. Instead of depending on the nursery or your favorite seed catalog every year, you can save seeds from crops you grow and plant them again the following year.
This homemade dish soap bar will change the way you wash dishes! It’s a more eco-friendly option than bringing home disposable plastic bottles of soap.
This homemade raspberry jam has a lower sugar content than some recipes. The addition of fresh apricots gives the finished product a fresh, sunny flavor.
Nigerian Dwarf goats are a great choice for any size homestead, who are short on space. Nigerian goats are the perfect small scale dairy animal.
Looking for a dessert that’s simple but nice enough for company? Try this peach tart made with a sugar cookie dough crust. (And hey. Maybe make two.)
Also known as a Mexican husk tomato, tomatillos are widely used in Mexican cuisine. Growing tomatillos is easy and the plants are prolific.
This tomato chutney recipe is one of my favorite ways to preserve an abundant tomato crop from the vegetable garden. It’s sweet & tangy & full of flavor.
Natural aphid killer? It’s time for a little aphid control with a two-pronged approach. You need to control the aphids AND the ants.
Looking for a recipe that will let the season’s heirloom tomatoes shine? This heirloom tomato tart recipe bursts with fresh from the garden flavor!