I’m back at the blog after a productive few weeks on the homestead…but not without a fair share of complications! We have 50 meat chicks, more new trees, garden progress, and plenty of hick-ups along the way.
More changes to the homestead. More trees, more flowers, more wood chips, and fencing!
I am so excited to share all of the things that we are currently working on here, that I don’t know where to begin! It’s going to be such a crazy year with so many, many changes to come 🙂 I’m not sure how much we are going to be able to accomplish this year,… Continue reading A Changing Landscape
How to get free wood chips for your garden and how to propagate willow trees, for free!
It’s been sort of a depressing winter up until recently. It rained more than I ever remember before for a Wisconsin winter, and it seemed to be perpetually cloudy and gloomy. You can imagine my excitement when the sun would peek out and the snow or ice would begin to melt.
Black walnuts have a bit of a bad reputation, not for their taste, but for the amount of work it takes to harvest them, the stain they can leave behind, and because the nuts grow new trees very easily ( a problem for some, not for others). This fall, we decided to put their taste… Continue reading Harvesting Black Walnuts