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Sarah Black

Sarah's Farm to Fork By Sarah Black Occupation: Stay at home mom, Gardener, Hobby Farmer, Home school mom, amateur sourdough baker Place of Residence: Central Valley, Ca Background: Trial and error, learning as she goes Current Projects: Expanding vegetable garden, embarking on ...

Turn the Paige Homesteaders

Welcome to the Country By Turn the Paige Homesteaders

Jaymie Pierce

North Georgia Homesteading By Jaymie Pierce We have 18 acres nestled in the North Georgia mountains where we are homesteading, growing our own produce and raising our own meat. We raise chickens, ducks, goats and Great Pyrenees. Our website is all about the homestead, The Pierce Ponderosa Farm.

Gina McKnight

Riding & Writing By Gina McKnight Living in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains promotes inspiration and passion for creative writing: children's literature, poetry, freelance, and more. Gina is a graduate of Franklin University/Leadership Scholar/BA, Columbus, Ohio. Writing ...

Lori Havens

This Old Farmhouse By Lori Havens My husband and I helped our 21-year-old son, Bryan, purchase a century-old farm to help him realize his dream of sustainably raising hormone- and chemical-free lamb and poultry for local customers to enjoy. We now enjoy rehabbing the old farmhouse, and ...

Karen

The Green Woman By Karen Karen O'Brien's herbal business “The Green Woman's Garden” is located in the central MA town of Mendon. She has unusual herb plants, including medicinals and native herbs for sale, runs workshops on various herbal adventures, and occasionally participates at ...

Mary Conley

Old Dog, New Tricks By Mary Conley When my husband Larry and I were in our late sixties, we purchased 20 acres, which we proudly refer to as our farm. Much to our city-raised children's surprise, we became consumed by this new life, spending the week working our regular jobs and the ...

Gerty

Making the Heart Dance with Simple Joy By Gerty Welcome to... Crochet by the Sea. It is the simple, beautiful things which capture my heart. Keeper of my home, producer of beauty with hook and yarn, lover of Vintage Beauty and times of simple elegance. Seaside or Woodland, beauty found in ...

DJ Wilson

Kansas Breeze, Bees and Trees By DJ Wilson I was raised on a farm where organic gardening was practiced in the 50’s and still today. I rode before I walked and continue to love and work with horses. I learned beekeeping from my Dad – who also taught beekeeping for the Peace Corps in ...

Leah

Old Home Farm By Leah Old Home Farm consists of 40 acres that has been our family home for almost 100 years now. My father was born here in 1920, and died in 1997 about 25 yards from where the original house sat. We are four generations down now, as my son and his family live here ...

Shana Thornhill

The Fearless Farm Frau By Shana Thornhill I was raised in a small town, then moved to the big city. After buying a working organic farm outside a great Kansas community, my family and I are learning to be farmers. Please follow the rest of my antics at www.fearlessfarmfrau.blogspot.com. ...

Renee-Lucie Benoit

Our Fair Field By Renée-Lucie Benoit Renée L. Benoit and her better half, Martin, realized a long standing dream when they bought their own acreage outside of Madera, California. Now they embark on the interesting task of developing it into a self sufficient homestead where they grow most ...

Nana

Nana's Ranch By Nana Nana grew up in town but managed to live a life full of farm & ranch experiences thanks to family friends and involvement in 4-H and FFA. Although she’s lived in towns most of her life, she’s almost always had chickens and occasionally rabbits and some kind of ...

Holli Henslee

Henslee Farm Adventures By Holli Henslee My husband and I were both raised in the country and loved it, but after getting married we ended up living right in the middle of our small town. After eight years and two children, we decided we wanted to give our children the kind of upbringing ...

Susan Slape-Hoysagk

Digging It Down Home By Susan Slape-Hoysagk I grew up in a small town south of Portland, Oregon, and as the city grew and encroached on my small-town life, I kept moving and moving until I ended up on the northern Oregon coast. From my backyard, I see stars city dwellers can’t see ...

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