What’s Stopping You? Top 10 Homesteading Myths

What does it take to be a homesteader? People entertain the idea of homesteading because they have the desire to reduce their global footprint and/or to live a simpler, healthier lifestyle.  What it takes is that initial desire, the willingness to learn, and possibly some investment in initial supplies. All doable and easily achievable, so […]

Rural Mom Farm Fresh Picks for March

March is a fabulous month to start your Spring garden seedlings, and depending upon where you live, enjoy the first blooms of Spring.  If you are a sustainable chick, it’s also time to catch up on what’s new and innovative in the farm to table movement with our Rural Mom Farm Fresh Picks for March… read on! This month […]

Would You Like to Help Make Organic Food More Affordable?

Does the higher cost of organic products limit your abilities to eat healthier? Would you love to find a way to help make organic food more affordable? Me, too! That’s why I’m excited to partner with the Organic Trade Association to share information in this sponsored post about the GRO Organic Check-off Program and how you […]

Beekeeping Advice for Beginners

Are you interested in beekeeping?  As the need to protect our bee population increases, this is something our family is researching to learn the basics and decide the best way to establish hives on our farm.  If like us, you have questions on how to begin, read on!  We reached out to Kim Lehman, author of Beekeeper’s […]