|A faith based agrarian blog covering topics such as “Eco-Agriculture”,
“Gardening”, “Homesteading that is God glorifying”.
|Laurie Neverman shares her Common Sense approach to homesteading through her experiences and knowledge of homesteading with her personal website & blog covering topics such as, “Getting Started Homesteading”, “Home Remedies”, “Gardening”, “Resources”, “Recipes”, and “Preparedness.”|
|Baker Creek carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties. The company has become a tool to promote and preserve our agricultural and culinary heritage. Our company and seeds have been featured in The New York Times, The Associated Press, Oprah Magazine, Martha Stewart, The Wall Street Journal, and many others. Gardeners can request a free color catalog. Our catalogs now distribute to over 700,000 gardeners nationally.|
|A personal blog about growing experiences on a homestead in Hawai’i. This homesteaders blog is both informative and entertaining.|
| A blog that encompasses so many of the things that I desperately love – my bearded husband Stuart, our quiver of children, and life on the farm.
We live on five acres in North Central Washington and on that land, we raise our dairy cow Sally Belle, a giant flock of laying hens, meat chickens, hogs, sheep, turkeys, and a variety of produce in our large, organic gardens.
|Great resource for learning how to compost human waste in a safe, sanitary and green manner without having to install a septic system or lagoon on your property or homestead.
A good read and full of valuable information. The Humanure Handbook is written by Joseph Jenkins and is also available to purchase off of Amazon if you prefer the hard back book. Thankfully this eBook is provided with permission to distribute from the author to download as a PDF for free! CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE HUMANURE HANDBOOK
|Or Simply read The Humanure Handbook here!|