Gardening · Homesteading

On The Farm In June

June was overall cool, with a few few warm days in the start. I am still learning how to deal with the micro-climate here on the island, and I am getting results finally. The start of June and my little garden pots barely going. The strawberry plants putzing along. My anemic looking tomato bed. Thyme… Continue reading On The Farm In June

Markets

Limited Summer Run For 2018 Strawberry Plants

With moving our farm, and learning the new micro-climate, we were not sure if we'd have our heritage strawberry plants for sale in 2018. However, the answer is yes, we do! Our plants are ready for sale, and ready to be planted into your garden. They are just starting to put on the first flowers,… Continue reading Limited Summer Run For 2018 Strawberry Plants

Recipes

Keto Friendly Alfredo Chicken Casserole

Alfredo Chicken Casserole Ingredients: 8-ounces cream cheese ½ cup full-fat milk ½ cup + 2 Tbsp Parmesan cheese* 1½ cups mozzarella cheese, shredded 1 Tbsp garlic, minced 1 tsp dried basil 1 small sweet onion, peeled and finely chopped 16-ounce bag frozen cauliflower florets 10-ounce bag frozen spinach* 2½ cups cooked chicken breast, finely chopped… Continue reading Keto Friendly Alfredo Chicken Casserole

Homeschooling · Homesteading

Science On The Go

In one of the overgrown forest sections on our land, we have spent the past few months opening it up. What was once dense, dark as night, with no breeze is now open, light and airy. We pulled up the tree branches to about 8 feet up and took out all the saplings free growing,… Continue reading Science On The Go

Gardening · Homesteading

Dealing With Microclimates

At our old house, in Maple Valley, Wa, our grow zone was considered 8A. However, I treated it as a 7B due to late freezes in early spring. Where we live now, in Freeland, Wa, it is zone 8A. So same zone, right? Well....no. You can have it on paper that it is, but microclimate… Continue reading Dealing With Microclimates