This wonderful documentary examines how a well established farm that has survived several generations must go back in time to restore and enhance some of the more traditional methods of farming in order to survive the demands of the future. What I found most…
It has now been 10 days since closing on our land and coincidentally it has also been 10 days since we last stepped foot on it. I find it very difficult each and every day to keep my mind from wandering and thinking about…
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Peace, quiet, and beauty in the middle of Texas
Textile arts and crafts. Spinning. Weaving. Felting. Sustainability
Coopworth Fiber, LaMancha Dairy Goats and Cheese on the Coast of Maine!
the place where fibre becomes yarn.
Home to Wooly Tyme Shetlands & Kids Play Dairy Goats
Raising Rare Soay Sheep in Central Kentucky
life from the eyes of a sixteen year old chicken farmer
The evolution of an old farmhouse, an American woman, an Englishman and their dogs.
The "Good Life" on a quarter acre, frugal living
Thoughts on Home, Garden, and Yard
Everything Food, Faith, Family, and Farm
A small homestead and Debouillet sheep farm in Central Texas
Honoring God in all we do on the Homestead
High Altitude Homesteading
My adventures in homesteading with my family