Pass It On

By Abby of Love Made The Radish Grow I have been thinking a lot here lately about education and passing on knowledge. I submitted the forms necessary for our area to be "official" homeschoolers this year, as my daughter is of the mandatory reporting age. Our reasons for keeping our children home are numerous and varied. From personal experience, there is so much learning that should happen

What the World Needs Now

by Gavin, The Greening of Gavin

As Burt Bacharach wrote “What the world needs now, is love sweet love”! Not in the physical sense, but in the community sense. Things like pride of place, which is a sense of community love or to put it in a better way, pride of where you and others around you live.
I have described previously I believe that to live fulfilling and sustainable lifestyle, you

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Wildcrafting and Cheap Entertainment

by Danelle @ My Total Perspective Vortex

One of the ways I am expanding my pantry this year is to explore the natural resources in our timber. Look what I found....



Wild plum and elderberry. I found these while taking a walk with the girls on Friday. Last year a friend made me elderberry syrup that I used whenever I felt a cold coming on and I was the only one in the house who didn't really

Dutch Oven Baking

by Sadge, at Firesign FarmIt's summertime here, and for me, that means camping. My dad loved being outdoors in the Colorado Rockies - hunting, fishing, and camping - and passed that love on to his children. I now live in Nevada, my sister four hours away in California. Between us lies the Sierra Nevada mountain range - a perfect halfway meeting area for joint camping trips whenever we can manage

Summer Season in Review

by FrancescaFuoriBorgoMy garden is showing the first hints of autumn, and since this is my last post at the Simple, Green, Frugal Co-op for the month of August, it seems a good opportunity to look back at the summer season. I take my lead here from Amber of Strocel.com, and her neat tradition of “A Month in Review” in which she lists and briefly comments on the main things she's learned during

Saving the Freshness of Summer

Here at Chiot's Run we make sure we're enjoying all the fresh tastes of summer. Since we've been trying to eat more seasonally and not spend as much time canning & preserving, I've been making sure to enjoy things as they're at their peak. That means we've been eating sliced fresh tomatoes with every meal.One of our other favorite fresh summer tastes is pesto. I usually make a batch and we

Generosity vs Frugality?

by Eilleen, Consumption RebellionHello everyone,I hope your weekend is going well. A few days ago, I posted in my personal blog about my children's generosity in donating some of their pocket money to help out Olivia, a little girl with cancer.I have thought about about this incident a little further and thought I'd share. Just a bit of a background. I give my children pocket money as a way to
SAVE the Date - Greenhorns Farmer Social September InFARMation (and Beer!) at New Location Cover Crop Price List Up to $750 Reimbursements for OR & WA Organically Certified Growers/Producers Chicken Workshops & Fall Organic Gardening Courses Queen of the Sun-Bee Documentary Screening Greenhorns Documentary & Farmer Social with Friends of Family Farmers! Sunday, October 10, 3:30

No Compromise

By: Notes From The Frugal TrenchesLately the budget has been a bare-minimum-essentials-only kind of budget, which has made me think about what one can go without and what items are not up for negotiation. I am sure the list looks different for each of us as our families are in different seasons and our bodies need different things! Currently I'm going without tv (4 months + now), a car, pets,

Worm Workshop here at the shop tonight

Part of Growing Gardens DIY Series:Vermicomposting and Building a Worm BinWednesday, August 18th 6 - 8pm @ Naomi'sLearn how to turn your kitchen food scraps into rich compost using red wiggler worms. This hands on workshop will include building worm bins. All participants will go home with a worm bin and red wigglers. Yay! Register by calling Growing Gardens today - (503) 284-8420DR. WORM music

Simple Soda Syrups

By Abby of Love Made the Radish Grow


Due to just being around people in general, soda pop made its way into our house. For years I have been battling to get it back out. Rather than throw my hands up in despair while my husband and children begged for it (mostly just on the days they were terribly bored with iced tea or the occasional juice), I figured out a substitute. I hate to see

Planning for Spring

written by Gavin, from The Greening of Gavin

There were a few big ticket items on this weekends agenda. 

As the moon was a waxing crescent (I plant by the moons phases), it was an ideal time to start sowing most of my leafy and flowing vegetables for spring planting.  Due to the investment in a greenhouse in early March this year, I will be able to extend my growing season and get ahead of the

Maintenance Free

by Danelle @ My Total Perspective Vortex

Well, not really. I used to joke in graduate school architecture classes that "maintenance free" means you can't fix it, you have to replace it when something goes wrong and usually pay someone a lot of money to do so. That's why people selling materials and services often push the maintenance free products.

Our life is not maintenance free. Our lives

A Frugal Virtue - Patience

by Kate
Living The Frugal Life

I was not brought up in a particularly frugal household.  I come from a middle of the road, middle-class American family.  My parents made decent money most of the time, though there were periods when my father was laid off.  They didn't tend to indulge in big, extravagant purchases, but neither did they sock away every penny.  Looking back, I know that a lot of

Salvage Operations

by Sadge, at Firesign Farm"Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without" was the Depression era mantra. "Reduce, reuse, recycle" popular when I came of age. The idea never really goes away, and with the resurgence of the simple, frugal mindset in today's economic distress it seems more important than ever.Salvage operations can run the gamut from huge to tiny, depending on what you have,

Natural Insect & Disease Control - an ebook (and some local wisdom)

by FrancescaFuoriBorgo The other day, I noticed that my chard patch got infested by some bugs. Several leaves had turned yellow, and many others had large brown spots. Looking closely at my chard, it wasn't difficult to find the likely culprit: hiding right among the stems I could spot many good-sized brown bugs! When disease or insects attack my vegetable garden, I often simply uproot and

Finding Inspiration

by Chiot's RunSometimes gardening can get to be a bit of a drag, it's hard work and hot work this time of year and it's easy to get discouraged. My gardens are far from where I want them to be and sometimes I feel stuck. When this happens, I need inspiration to make me look at things in a new way and to encourage me to keep going. Sometimes leafing through a beautiful garden book, or visiting

Frugal canning - time & money

by Throwback at Trapper CreekIt's that time of year when the garden abundance is staring you in the face and the thought of filling your shelves with home canned food is now a reality.But, if you're just starting out, canning is an expensive proposition. Canners, jars, lids, raw ingredients, and misc tools start to add up, not to mention your time and labor. Many times the items that make the

When you wander off the simple, green, frugal path...

by Eilleen, Consumption RebellionHello everyone,Readers of my personal blog would know that I have been having a hard time lately. I am now at the tail end of wrapping up my divorce and things have finally sunk in that I really am now a single parent. While the simple and frugal path has helped me at the beginning of this big life change - (indeed, I was astounded at how easily I was able to

A Little Simple, Green & Frugal Game

By: Notes From The Frugal TrenchesI recently ran a series called 100 ways to save money on my blog, I did it because each day I receive emails asking where to start. The reality is there are so many ways to embrace a more simple, green & frugal life, but it can seem overwhelming, particularly if life is proving stressful. Part of what has helped me over the years, is learning from others about

Peach Salsa

by Abby of Love Made the Radish Grow

Peaches are, by far, one of my favorite fruits to preserve. I mean, I really love canning most fruits, but the things I can do with a peach-wow. One of my most requested recipes right now (and by far one of my favorites) is my peach salsa. I am planning on buying another load of peaches to make more salsa, jam and syrup next week, but took a week off

Cover Crop Initial Pre-Order - DUE Sunday, August 8th

Check out the COVER CROP link for information!(Connie of Tabor Tilth with Biomaster Winter Peas!)

Cumquats

written by Gavin from The Greening of Gavin.

A friend of mine gave me a couple of kilograms of Cumquats last Friday.  I was not sure about what to do with them all, so I did a bit of research.

A Cumquat is a very small citrus, that grows well in colder climates.  It also grows well in pots or a large container.  Wikipedia states;

"The Round Kumquat (also Marumi Kumquat or Morgani Kumquat) is