The Trailer Park Homesteader: Garden Clean-up and Planning

Trailer Park Homesteader: Ep25_Sharon Pannell_Garden CleanupandPlanning_TTPHOctober 30, 2014:  In this Episode Sharon is discussing fall garden clean-up and how to make your garden ready for the winter. She also gives tips on what can be done to ensure your garden is also ready for spring planting.

Pioneering Today: Grinding Flour at Home + 6 Fresh Flour Baking Tips

White flour in a bowl on a wooden tableOctober 24, 2014 – Grinding my own flour at home makes me feel like a real pioneer woman. However, the first few weeks of baking with my fresh ground flour left me more than a little frustrated with dense breads and spread out pancake cookies. I’ve now been grinding my own flour and using fresh flour in all of our baking for almost two years and I’ve learned some tips to save you some time.

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Adventures in Small Scale Farming with Janet from Timber Creek Farm

janetgraphictimbercreekfarmOctober 23, 2014:  Karen Lynn discusses the topic of “Adventures in Small Scale Farming” and interviews Janet at Timber Creek Farmer.  Janet raises sheep, pigs, ducks, chicken and cattle and her and her family supplement their diet with some of their gardening as well.  They discuss healthy eating, diy projects, and even raising your own cattle for beef.

Whether you have thought about jumping into the world of small scale farming or just want to live vicariously through Janet like Karen Lynn this is a show that you will thoroughly enjoy!

So sit back and relax!  Janet is a wealth of farming knowledge and just a  joy to listen to!

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Blog Posts by Janet at Timber Creek Farm:

Animal Care:   Keeping Your Chicken Coop Smelling Fresh

Prepper 101 – Adding Animals To The Homestead

Animal Care:  The Care and Feeding of Barn Cats

 

Have a question or an idea for a show?  Contact Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

Mountain Woman Journals: How To Harvest Your Own Meats

How To Harvest Your Own MeatsOctober 15, 2014: In today’s show I discuss the importance of knowing how to harvest your own meats and how important it is for not only men, but women and children to know this skill as well.

 

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Rural Revolution: Why Make the Choice to Homestead

October 9, 2014:

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Herbalism, Wildcrafting, and Green Home Living

interview with laurie neverman lil suburban homestead with Karen LynnOctober 9, 2014:  Karen Lynn interviews Laurie Neverman Creator of  the blog Common Sense Homesteading and the two of them have so much to discuss and they quickly launch into a conversation herbalism, Laurie’s green home, and wildcrafting just to name a few!

Whether you are new to Homesteading or have been on this journey for a while Laurie’s no nonsense approach to homesteading, her beautiful blog, and her love of family and her willingness to share her knowledge with others will quickly engage you and you will want to get to know more about her and her blog!

 

About Laurie Neverman:

Laurie Neverman has a BS in Math/Physics and an MS in Mechanical Engineering.  She is a wife and mother with a passion for natural healing, homesteading and gardening.  She and her husband, August, homeschool their two boys. They live in rural northeast Wisconsin in a Wisconsin Green Built and Energy Star certified home.

The home has an array of “green” features, including:

  • Insulated Concrete Form construction
  • An Attached Greenhouse
  • Solar water heating and passive solar design
  • Handicap Accessibility
  • Environmentally Friendly Materials

Her interests also include herbalism, wildcrafting (using weeds for food and medicine), homebrewing and live culture foods.

You can connect with her at her website, Common Sense Homesteading, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CommonSenseHome and Pinterest at http://www.pinterest.com/commonsenseidea/.

Have an idea or question for Karen Lynn email her at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

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Mountain Woman Journals: Homesteading in Alaska with LeAnn Edmondson

homesteading in alaska with LeAnn EdmondsonOctober 8, 2014: In today’s show I had the privilege to chat with LeAnn Edmondson about her life in Alaska and her HomesteadDreamer.com.

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Cooke’s Frontier Radio Show: Is a Milk Cow for You?

Cooke's Frontier: milk cowOctober 6, 2014:  This week, Charley is talking all about milk cows! Are you thinking about adding a milk cow to your homestead? She gives you 5 reasons why you shouldn’t get a milk cow and 5 reasons why a milk cow might be a perfect fit for you.

Pioneering Today: Tips from Depression Era to Use Now

Pioneering Today:  8DepressionEraTipsOctober 3, 2014:  The Great Depression was a time when people learned how to make do with very little, something we could all benefit from. I share frugal tips from my grandma (via my aunt) that they used to get by during the Great Depression and beyond in both the kitchen and the home.

During the Great Depression people learned to make do with very little. We are so spoiled today in our modern society. I’m grateful we don’t know those times, but we take so much for granted. I love having a more frugal mindset because it makes us appreciate what we have more.