Do you desire a large, self-sufficient homestead complete with a luscious garden that will provide food for your family? Do you happen to live in the city, or without much land to make that dream happen? It actually IS a possibility to farm this way on just an acre. This book details how!
He generates around $50,000 a year on about one-quarter of an acre of land, and he will show Gainesville residents how to make money by starting their own suburban micro farms. “You can start farming anywhere and produce a considerable amount of product with really simple techniques,” Stone s
Canning foods you grew and harvested yourself is exciting and rewarding. After canning, you have rows of colorful jars lining your pantry ready to be enjoyed at any time. Just like any other food, however, home canned goods do not last forever. Use this g
Here's one person's take on what a 100' x 50' home lot can provide as a small farm. Depending upon your local city codes you may not be able to have things like the pigs (maybe goats, if any meat / dairy animal at all), but think of all the food you can grow yourself. And if your city allowed hens...