A collection of 10 posts
Homesteading with Kids: Amy Landers
Some of us are farming full-time while others have day jobs. Some of us put our kids in traditional schools while others plan to homeschool. What we all have in common is putting a high premium on self-reliance, good homegrown food, and teaching our kids the value of hard work
Homesteading with Kids: Katie Saul
I started my #HomesteadingwithKids series to not only learn how others juggle the workload of kids, animal husbandry, and gardening but also to break the stereotype that homesteaders are all off-grid Luddites! In our dreams, yes John and I would love to be off-grid but we are far from it.
How I discovered my personal mission
In the short time that I've made public both this blog and our intention of running a real farm, the primary response I've gotten from people have been variations of the following: "That's so meaningful!" "It's so special what you and John are doing." "What a great way to raise
We bought a tiller!
I've talked before how we are not ones to eschew technology [https://www.sfumatofarm.com/2016/04/28/a-trip-to-nyc-and-the-dirty-life/] in favor of the "purity" of hand tilling and old school organic farming so it might surprise you that we just bought our first tiller last weekend! A very happy John