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The best cranberry orange bread recipe! Use dried or regular cranberries and add some pecans for an easy and impressive bread that’s so moist! You can even pretend that it’s healthy with all the fruit in it, yum!

The best cranberry orange bread recipe! Use dried or regular cranberries and add some pecans for an easy and impressive bread that’s so moist! You can even pretend that it’s healthy with all the fruit (Bread Sweet Recipes)

Building a Grape Arbor is a DIY project you can tackle yourself.  Plan on some work, this beauty will take some time and effort but can be built in a weekend if you get started Friday night!

I'd like to build it larger - to fit over my patio --> Building a Grape Arbor is a DIY project you can tackle yourself. Plan on some work, this beauty will take some time and effort but can be built in a weekend if you get started Friday night!

#3 November Garden Tasks.  Here's a list of November Garden tasks that those of us living in the north should be completing before it gets too cold.

#3 November Garden Tasks. Here's a list of November Garden tasks that those of us living in the north should be completing before it gets too cold.

This illustrated, step-by-step guide shows you how to save seeds from 20 of the most popular vegetable garden plants, including beans, carrots, peas, peppers, and tomatoes. You'll learn how each plant

Saving Vegetable Seeds: Harvest, Clean, Store, and Plant Seeds from Your Garden (Paperback)

What is Seed Saving and Why Should I Do It? - Self Sufficiently!! I already do this and its an awesome way to save space and keep food fresh. Great idea.

Seed saving is a fun part of a self sufficient lifestyle and is easy! Here are some concerns you might have about what is seed saving and how to do it. Keep Them in sealed glass jars!

Create a Seed Bank for Your Homestead

Create a Seed Bank for Your Homestead: The seed bank concept is to protect the biodiversity of our food and plant crops (food isn't optional).

Save the seeds from some of your garden vegetables to replant again! Here's our seed-saving guide.

Saving Vegetables Seeds: Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas and Beans Saving Vegetables Seeds: Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas and Beans Saving seed from one year to plant the next is an age-old tradition.