In which our author muses on the upside of pseudo-scientific gardening and bemoans our grabby-handed culture of scarcity in times of economic uncertainty.
I imagine a little pair of cement shoes. 😳
Or maybe, Luca Brasi sleeps with the noodles, carrots, potatoes, onions, celery,￼ thyme and broth.
As someone involved in agriculture since I was born, I greatly appreciate your more nuanced take on and deep understanding of what “homesteading” actually looks like. Looking forward to more!
Reading to the end of these essays makes me feel like I finished a grand and memorable hike, with varied terrain, flora, and fauna.
I read this article aloud to my 7, two-day old chicks, sitting next to them in their brooder. The irony is not lost on me. :P
I hope/intend be an anomaly to the badly managed small flock. I got big land-management plans for these ladies.
Thanks for pointing out the strange American pattern of responding to abundance with scarcity. I think we can break that cycle with enough mindfulness. Thanks for being another to bring it to the surface.