This is going to be big! Time to start a new farm! Inviting you all to come with me!
Setting up at the season’s first farmer’s market, lamenting about gardening, and aspiring to the future homestead.
There is a happy balance between Old School Sustainable Farming and new and upcoming technologies. We CAN have the best of both worlds!
It’s a sad day but Rindle Ridge Farm is no longer a thing. I moved off the farm a whole month before I was scheduled to because things were getting hostile and I didn’t feel safe there anymore. I did what I had to do. It was one of the hardest decisions of my life… Continue reading Goodbye Farm
Starting a homestead on a shoestring – should I make a house and a barn from a used shipping container?
Well it’s been a little bit since I announced my plans to try and do a crowdsourcing campaign for my next big project. I have been wandering around in deep reflection trying to figure out what I was going to use as donation prizes. Could I use some of my old art work? I thought… Continue reading Fundraising Stage One – Working on Donation Prizes
The death of Rindle Ridge Farm beckons the birth of a new larger idea – and a request for help.
I have a hen who every once in a while gives me a green egg. Now I don’t mean the shell is green, which would be totally normal of an Easter Egger or something like that, no I mean the whites of the egg are green! At first I thought I was boiling up bad… Continue reading Green Eggs…
We continue to play with the game camera and it seems every time I get more disturbing results. First it was just feral cats, possums, blue jays, mice, and one very large and very old groundhog. I was perfectly content with these but when the dozens of raccoon photos started to pour in – on… Continue reading Predators in our Midst
We’re starting a mealworm farm so our chickens can have a rich source of protein this winter!