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How to make Stevia Syrup from FRESH stevia leaves.

How to make Stevia Syrup from FRESH stevia leaves.

Different layouts for planning a backyard farm.  I believe we are going to start moving this way over the next 5 years.  Yay!

Backyard Farm Designs for Self-Sufficiency

Different layouts for planning a backyard farm. I believe we are going to start moving this way over the next 5 years. Yay!

Tilapia Farming Small Scale: This is what the water looked like when we first got the fish home.

Raising Tilapia - Easier Than You'd Think

Tilapia Farming Small Scale: This is what the water looked like when we first got the fish home.

One is always on the lookout for some common vegetables, which can be grown indoors. Growing broccoli in containers needs some patience, and also knowledge of its basic requirements.

Growing Broccoli in Containers: Requirements, Procedure, and Tips

One is always on the lookout for some common vegetables, which can be grown indoors. Growing broccoli in containers needs some patience, and also knowledge of its basic requirements.

Here are five mushrooms that are great for a beginning forager!

5 Easy to Identify Edible Mushrooms

How to Save Seeds. Want to save money on seeds next year? Save your veggie seeds! This article tells you how to save the most commonly planted seeds. #gardening #seeds #savingseeds

How to Save Seeds

How to Save Seeds. Want to save money on seeds next year? Save your veggie seeds! This article tells you how to save the most commonly planted seeds. #gardening #seeds #savingseeds

Winterizing the Farm--with printable checklist #HomesteadWinterization, #Howto…

Winterizing the Farm--with printable checklist #HomesteadWinterization, #Howto…

"weeping" Mulberry (lower pic) ! People who keep backyard chickens might also want to consider planting mulberries so your birds can feast on the wealth of calcium-rich fruit that overflows from the tree every year.  Another native, mulberries are very easy to grow and can survive periods drought.  Besides being eaten fresh, antioxidant-packed berries are great for jamming or homemade wine.

"weeping" Mulberry (lower pic) ! People who keep backyard chickens might also want to consider planting mulberries so your birds can feast on the wealth of calcium-rich fruit that overflows from the tree every year. Another native, mulberries are very easy to grow and can survive periods drought. Besides being eaten fresh, antioxidant-packed berries are great for jamming or homemade wine.

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