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    Ditch your lawn -- and maybe get paid for it! TURF REMOVAL | Little Homestead in the City - the Urban Homestead Journal

    Soap from Trees | Little Homestead in the City - the Urban Homestead Journal

    MARCH AGAINST MONSANTO - Growing Food Protest by Jules Dervaes | Little Homestead in the City - the Urban Homestead Journal

    State of the winter front (edible) yard | Little Homestead in the City - the Urban Homestead Journal

    African Blue Basil - one of the herbs that replaced the grass in the front yard | Little Homestead in the City - the Urban Homestead Journal

    Transition from summer to fall edible front yard - Salad Burnet Herb Border | Little Homestead in the City - the Urban Homestead Journal

    70+ awesome homestead hacks to make your life easier! #homesteading

    Tromboncino Squash

    Overcoming Homestead Setbacks | Homestead Honey

    Making A Water Garden DIY

    How to Set Up a Self Sufficient Homestead. Lots of great, common-sense ideas to get started! <a href='\/search?q=sustainability' class='pintag' title='#sustainability search Pinterest' rel='nofollow'>#sustainability<\/a>

    A list of flowers you might want to plant in with your veggies and why from Homestead Revival

    A new way to make watering raised garden beds efficient and easy

    This is the first edging I have ever seen that I like. It allows the lawn mower to cut right up to the edge!

    What to Know When Storing Water » The Homestead Survival

    72 hour kit#

    This might be my answer to flowerbeds against the house without covering the weeping holes in my brick. And with the stone edging being dug into the ground, you can mow right over it.

    Homemade Weed Killer 1 gallon of white vinegar 1/2 cup salt Liquid dish soap (any brand) Empty spray bottle Put salt in the empty spray bottle and fill it the rest of the way up with white vinegar. Add a squirt of liquid dish soap. This solution works best if you use it on a hot day. Spray it on the weeds in the morning, and as it heats up it will do its work.

    Waco Planting Calendar - from HOT Urban Gardening Coalition

    If I were a chicken this would be my roost

    Love the look of these galvanized steel raised beds