Monthly Archives: June 2011

A (Tiny) Milestone in Self-Sufficiency

My very first homegrown tomato.  Ever. Isn’t it beautiful?  I think so. Advertisements

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Unfinished Business

My alarm clock is very inconsistent.  I can never tell when it will go off.  Sometimes it’s as much as an hour and a half off from the previous day.  It’s like my alarm clock is alive. Oh yeah, my … Continue reading

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Food Waste Friday – Holy Crap, No Waste!!

Every Friday, Kristen over at The Frugal Girl posts a picture of her food waste. She invites other bloggers to join in her effort to save money and reduce the amount of food that gets thrown away in our country … Continue reading

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Garden Update – (Late) June

I am currently on a journey to provide healthy, chemical free food for my family from our own land.  My goal is to provide over half of our fresh produce during the year – I’m nowhere near there yet, but … Continue reading

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Local Envy

We have recently discovered that we love Asheville, NC, and apparently we’re not alone: For the last two years, the Asheville Grown movement has been remaking the face of this sleepy mountain city.  You can’t turn the corner downtown without … Continue reading

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Food Waste Friday – Not So “Living” Anymore…

Every Friday, Kristen over at The Frugal Girl posts a picture of her food waste. She invites other bloggers to join in her effort to save money and reduce the amount of food that gets thrown away in our country … Continue reading

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Some Inspiration

I’ve been blog hunting lately – trying to round out my Google Reader account so that no matter when I check it, there is always an article or two to read.  I came across the blog Cold Antler Farm, in … Continue reading

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