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Resilience in Action
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I thought I would share my cordwood saw ,You can find these everywhere it seems but you have to make sure the blade isn't cracked The main thing with these is you can process small diameter wood at high speed ,meaning you could coppice trees and save on chainsaw use and smaller wood could be c
Chris has been canning jam. One of the unfortunate things we had to let go of, when we relocated, was the Bulk of our cellar pantry. While we do not have as much proper storage space as we did before, canning and putting up is in our blood - we can’t help ourselves. Canning is a great way to stor
I really enjoy using a rocket stove to cook sometimes. It especially came in handy after a terrible storm causing tree damage wrapped the electric service from the house and we were without electricity for 7-10 days. Our stove was electric. Here I’m boiling up hard boil eggs for a meal. There weath
This is our homestead from upstate NY. I wanted to share photos of how beautiful and productive and practical a raise bed kitchen garden can be. The beds are simple pine covered in linseed oil. It’s really the only organic preserver you can use when growing organic. The aisles are covered in weed
I thought people may interested to see these trees ,The are called Empress trees ,and are one of the fastest growing trees ,and live a long time ,there is one in Bellingham Wa that was planted in the early 1900s as a gift from Chinese workers to the city. The leaves can supposedly be us
For most of us, because of employment, family needs, comfort and efficiency, we are tied to our techno-industrial lifestyles. For most of us, this is just how it will be until it’s not. But, for us in the resiliency community, now is the time to learn and practice skills that will become very impor
I recently posted photos of raised bed gardening. I‘ve been using that technique to grow a lot of food, but mainly as a kitchen garden and to protect behind a super fence the varieties that critters (deer) love. While I‘ve grown everything in the raised bed/square foot gardening method, including
Yep! You read the title correctly. Give those lovely little ladies a palace to live in! Actually, this is a shed and coop combo. In NY our homestead was started in the early 1800’s and the house was built in 1850, but all of the barns and outbuilding were gone, so we doubled up function on this p