Confession: I was on Team Kendra about this latest episode of Homesteady. I saw the title. Hydroponics. My first thought: Uggghhhh. Not. Again. While we haven’t done excessive content on hydroponics, its a recurrent theme in the homesteading community. One in which I have zero interest. All I can think of is dampness, messes, and […]
The pigs destroyed it all… And it was my fault. I let them in. I had neatly mounded screened top soil beds, with walkways laid and paths mulched. One morning I opened the gates, let the pigs in. They turned my garden into a moonscape. And I didn’t care at all. When we first moved […]
You did it. You moved to the country. Attaboy! You got a piece of property, some land and you’re ready to start farming! WOO HOO! Or maybe… You didn’t, you’re still living in the city. Space is limited. But you want to homestead so bad! It doesn’t matter. Where ever you are, whatever you’re doing […]
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Tools Needed Skill Saw Drill Tape Measure Framing Square (puppy optional) Materials Needed (Note: we used rough cut lumber from our own trees. All measurements are for rough cut lumber.) Use rot resistant wood (cedar, redwood) avoid pressure treated lumber. Four 4×4 posts, 23 inch long Three 1x8x10, cut into six 5 foot sections Two 1x8x8 cut […]