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http://thehomesteadsurvival.com/24582/#.Ub-JKFfg9cw    Growing Living Fences on Your Homestead Project - front yard instead of wooden fence.

http://thehomesteadsurvival.com/24582/#.Ub-JKFfg9cw Growing Living Fences on Your Homestead Project - front yard instead of wooden fence.

An inch of rain puts about 600 gallons of water atop a 1,000-square-foot house. Rain gutters capture it; from a downspout, you can direct it into a cistern to help water your garden.

How to save water on a rainy day

An inch of rain puts about 600 gallons of water atop a 1,000-square-foot house. Rain gutters capture it; from a downspout, you can direct it into a cistern to help water your garden.

How to Build an Inexpensive Hoop-Style Greenhouse One of the most valuable assets in my garden is my greenhouse. It has allowed me to grow plants that I normally would not be able to grow, produce crops that the season is not usually long enough to produce, and protect my plants from frosts, hail, or other severe weather that normally would have destroyed my garden.

How to Build an Inexpensive Hoop-Style Greenhouse One of the most valuable assets in my garden is my greenhouse. It has allowed me to grow plants that I normally would not be able to grow, produce crops that the season is not usually long enough to produce, and protect my plants from frosts, hail, or other severe weather that normally would have destroyed my garden.

Christmas rope lights to make Heat Mat for seed starting--brilliant and frugal gardening DIY!  Gentle bottom heat really kick starts your seedlings!

Christmas rope lights to make Heat Mat for seed starting--brilliant and frugal gardening DIY! Gentle bottom heat really kick starts your seedlings!

This well-designed garden plan makes it easy to put chickens to work in the garden. You can give your birds direct access to deposit manure fertilizer into your beds and enlist your birds for organic pest control as needed. Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/multimedia/image-gallery.aspx?id=2147513865=2#ixzz2Q1BX98p1

This well-designed garden plan makes it easy to put chickens to work in the garden. You can give your birds direct access to deposit manure fertilizer into your beds and enlist your birds for organic pest control as needed. Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/multimedia/image-gallery.aspx?id=2147513865=2#ixzz2Q1BX98p1

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