Posted November 27th, 2012 by Meg & filed under beekeeping, gardening, homebrew, homeec, honey, inthekitchen, kitchen, livestock, mycology, raising chickens.
This holiday season, give the gift of a badass essential skill! Brooklyn Homesteader is now offering gift certificates for any of our online or farm-based
Hey there, readers! It's pretty weird to think about, but I've been blogging here at Brooklyn Homesteader for over 3 years and readership has grown
After 2 years of doing Backyard Homesteading Bootcamp from my tiny Brooklyn apartment and backyard I'm super stoked to be able to offer this all-day
The summery weather has me thirsty. For beer. Yesterday I stopped by a favorite haunt, Brooklyn Homebrew, with one goal in mind: five gallons of
I hope everyone out there had a great weekend filled with rest and relaxation and lots of good eating. I'm back at my brooklyn homestead
(Photo by Alex Brown) Get yr tickets before they are gone! Ever wanted to learn how to grow, make and preserve your own food
I met Michael James Meier in passing last year at a Backwards Beekeepers meeting hosted by Brooklyn Grange, where he serves as their farm
The number of home brewing posts on this blog (or lack thereof) is shameful. But I have a confession to make--I haven't brewed beer in
There have been whispers of late at Jewel Street Paradise. Questions mostly, perhaps head shaking but certainly what seems to me like a quiet disdain.
This fall I've decided to open up my home to New Yorkers interested in the possibilities of backyard food production and self reliance. I'm