Spring is planting season, but it is also the rainy season here in the Missouri Ozarks and the temperatures are more variable than in any other area of the country. It can be dry and hot early in the day and cold and rainy by the end of that same day. It can be rainingContinue reading “Spring: The Season of Constant Changes”
Recently I thought about getting one of those worm farms and doing what is called vermiculture. I have decided that instead of buying a bin with worms, I would let the earthworms that are already in my soil improve the soil directly in my garden.
Previously, I suggested the first two things that you can do to begin preparing a survival garden. In this post, I will show you eight other ways that you can begin your survival garden this fall.
I learned a while back that in order get where I want to go, I first have to know where I am. So today, I would like to share where I am right now on my homestead.