Never in my life have I ever felt more confident in my ability to teach. After nearly 5 years of delivering instruction on various DIY/
loads of homemade cheese and yogurt! (Too much dang milk!) Since the goats arrived at Seven Arrows, we've been receiving about 3 1/2 quarts of
Happy 2 1/2 month anniversary at the farm, baby dogs!...
This has me thinking I should have a pumpkin patch next year...
Farmer Cindy and her 10 year old daughter Athena travelled down to NJ from the Catskills in a borrowed step van. In the the back
I had never been a coffee person until I moved to New York City. The coffee there is just a different animal. With all of
Real talk. Starting a farm is damn hard, and not for the reasons that you think. You plan and plan and if you are foolish
Things aren't all strife and anguish over here at the farm. There is progress being made and land being enjoyed. There is no salve quite
It's been a busy time, everybody! We're getting prepped for outbuilding construction next week. It'll be a mad dash to get everything built over the
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