Riches sometimes come from natural resources - not always connected with dollar signs.
From the outset, Earthineer was built to support and promote sustainability and homesteading as a lifestyle choice. Every feature we have planned has that goal in mind. What we have now is the foundation that we'll build off of.
Experiences getting started gardening in the 1970's and suggestions for beginning your own projects in 2012.
Thoughts on growing all your own food. How much space is required and other things to consider.
A wedding using homegrown and local food and no disposable items. Decorations were things already on hand. The ceremony took place in a field and the reception was in a barn...and there was love-lots of it!
Learn how to use less energy canning tomato products.
Bastyr University and Premera Blue Cross today announced the launch of an innovative pilot program aimed at preventing or reversing childhood obesity.
We can learn a lot from the Amish, who have passed down wisdom on living simply and celebrating community for generations.
Learn about using the Piteba to press your own homegrown oil.
Set up a washing station in your garden. Rinse your veggies there, saving the water for the garden and keeping your kitchen clean.
Solar drying experiences in 2012, including tomato varieties Principe Borghese and Long Tom.
Maddy Harland writes about principles that underpin our understanding and practical application of permaculture. She relates them to designing a green home and garden but also explains how permaculture can help us to create more sustainable lifestyle
Eating only homegrown foods on the Fridays in Lent.