Monday, February 19, 2018 By Rana Moore I have been commissioned to start seeds for friends of mine who are big time gardeners, (to me, a football field-sized garden is pretty big time). They're planning on growing a lot of vegetables and interesting varieties of fruits, including one I have never tried, the Tomatillo. I … Continue reading First Day of Outside Garden Work: Spring 2018 Garden Journal
First of all, thank God for his abundant blessings , and somehow a chicken coop fits into the category of miracles. The building materials for this "dream" project were derived from construction debris, free Craigslist postings, cedar poles from the woods, an old above ground swimming pool, and the labor from friends. In one day … Continue reading Building a chicken coop with reclaimed materials
Yay for instant gardens! No tilling, no gas to buy, all materials are free or cheap, and weeding is down 90%!!! I got this idea from Geoff Lawton, he posted this quick video on how to create an instant garden on YouTube here . What's really cool is he uses what looks like garbage to lay over … Continue reading Instant garden success!
It has been almost six months since I've posted any blogs and a lot has happened! I will be covering in upcoming blogs previous events such as the chicken coop built from free reclaimed wood fence sections and an above ground pool, acquiring the flock of five hens and figuring out the living accommodations, the … Continue reading New raised beds-new chicken