Lets talk about "dad jobs" and "mom jobs" and why we try to defy those stereotypes on our homestead.
In order to expand the homestead or pick up new trades for extra income, we need to have a willingness to learn and try new things. There are different ways to go about this, but eventually the application of that knowledge is essential.
We start our journey as bee-keepers and share some tips on assembling a beehive kit.
Use greywater diversion to expedite the production of valuable mulch.
Manage your homestead this summer by following this guide to seasonal chores and gardening.
It's pretty darn cold out there right now...like -20 degrees kind of cold. How does that impact a homestead? Bundle up and come along.
I know that shoveling snow might not be your favorite, but if you live in the Northland, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the snowy time of year on the farm!
Is repurposing genius thinking? Finding a new use for an old or broken item on the homestead is actually an artform. Curious as to how that works in everyday life? Read on!