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1. Suburban Homestead
Suburban Homestead
You want a homestead but you live in the suburbs... what do you do? Well, you can become a suburban homesteader! What? A suburban homesteader... that is a person that lives in the suburbs but tries to live as self-sufficient live as possible. Many suburban homesteaders grow much of their food whe...
Home & Garden - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 11:38:53
2. Edible Landscapes
Edible Landscapes
What is a edible landscape? Edible landscaping is when you turn your yard into a garden, most of the time doing it in a beautiful, landscaped way. The more I am learning about edible landscapes, the more I realize how much of a waste of time, energy and space, growing grass can be. Now most neigh...
Home & Garden - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 15:35:01
3. Homesteading Android Apps
Homesteading Android Apps
Homesteading is a growing movement. Many people are taking up homesteading in the city, suburbs and of course, the rural areas. Homesteading does not mean you have to leave all technology behind! This page is full of Android apps that you can use on your smart phones or pads that have an Android ...
Computers & Electronics - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 11:41:30
4. Community Garden
Community Garden
I am so excited!!! This spring, I just signed my family up for a community garden plot. Yes, we have growing space in our back yard, but it is limited. In our backyard, we have 8 raised garden beds ranging in size of 4x4 foot to 4x8 foot. There are some things like pumpkin, squash and melons, tha...
Home & Garden - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 15:36:33
5. Locavore
What is a locavore? A locavore is a person that eats food (or buy products) from local sources. A locavore can be that person shopping in the local farmers markets. They could watch closely to the "buy local" signs at the grocery store or health food store. They could be the person that is buying...
Culture & Society - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 11:43:17
6. Growing Onions
Growing Onions
Growing onions is pretty easy to do. One great thing about onions is you don't have to wait unit they are fully done growing to harvest them. They can be harvested as "green onions" pretty much any time. My son accidentally planted way too many onions in too small of space (whole packet of seeds ...
Home & Garden - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:46:43
7. Christmas on the Urban Farm
Christmas on the Urban Farm
Christmas is a special time whether you live on an urban farm, a traditional farm or not on a farm at all. The advantage of living on a farm, whether traditional or urban, is that you grow a lot of your own vegetables, fruits, herbs and sometimes meats, meaning that you know exactly what is in yo...
Holidays & Celebrations - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:49:18
8. Backyard Barnyard
Backyard Barnyard
Backyard barnyards are becoming a new trend. Some of the reasons that backyard barnyards are growing in popularity are people are fed up with the agri-businesses and they want to know where there food is coming from and they want to make sure their food was not produces and raised in assembly lin...
Culture & Society - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 11:43:26
9. Urban Farm
Urban Farm
The urban farm is growing in popularity. Two of the main reasons that the urban farm is getting more popular is one because the economy is so bad and people realize that they can save money by growing their own food and two because people are starting to realize that it is healthier to eat from l...
Home & Garden - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:46:54
10. Thanksgiving on the Farm
Thanksgiving on the Farm
Thanksgiving is a great American tradition. You can make it even more traditional by producing your own Thanksgiving dinner and decor. Even a small urban garden, can produce part of a Thanksgiving dinner. Food prices are on the rise, and more and more information is coming out about how food bein...
Holidays & Celebrations - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 11:38:16
11. Homesteading Chic
Homesteading Chic
Hi! I'm Homesteading Chic. I am not quite a homesteader yet, but I am working towards being one. My husband and I got this idea after we decided to start eating healthier (organic, free range, natural foods) and after we became frustrated in the difficultly of finding free range and organic foods...
Squidoo Community - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 11:44:24

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