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Would less regulation result in higher quality food?
Posted Wed Jan 9 12:01:00 2013 by Anna
Estate taxes as a barrier to small family farms
Posted Wed Jan 2 12:01:35 2013 by Anna
Grain-based livestock farming
Posted Wed Dec 19 12:00:20 2012 by Anna
Agricultural history and sustainable systems
Posted Wed Dec 12 12:01:24 2012 by Anna
Preaching to the choir
Posted Wed Dec 5 12:01:25 2012 by Anna
Chores, livestock, and food security
Posted Wed Nov 28 12:01:19 2012 by Anna
Folks, This Ain't Normal
Posted Wed Nov 21 12:01:17 2012 by Anna
Easy bush and bramble fruits
Posted Wed Nov 14 12:01:05 2012 by Anna
No-spray stone fruits
Posted Wed Nov 7 12:01:10 2012 by Anna
Disease-resistant pear varieties
Posted Wed Oct 31 12:01:02 2012 by Anna
Book club planning
Posted Tue Oct 30 12:01:08 2012 by Anna
Managing fungi in the orchard
Posted Wed Oct 24 12:00:55 2012 by Anna
Orchard soil health
Posted Wed Oct 17 12:01:38 2012 by Anna
Techniques for designing a holistic orchard
Posted Wed Oct 10 12:01:35 2012 by Anna
Beginning a holistic orchard
Posted Wed Oct 3 12:01:18 2012 by Anna
The Holistic Orchard
Posted Wed Sep 26 12:00:59 2012 by Anna
Fundamental skills of happy homesteaders
Posted Wed Sep 19 12:01:20 2012 by Anna
Radical homemakers live well on less
Posted Wed Sep 12 12:01:15 2012 by Anna
Hayes' homewreckers
Posted Wed Sep 5 12:00:40 2012 by Anna
The history of homemaking
Posted Wed Aug 29 12:01:06 2012 by Anna
Radical Homemakers: Book club read #3
Posted Wed Aug 22 12:00:59 2012 by Anna
Choosing appropriate farm technology
Posted Wed Aug 15 12:00:39 2012 by Anna
Farming stresses relationships
Posted Wed Aug 8 12:01:24 2012 by Anna
"Building a wildly complex farm all at once"
Posted Wed Aug 1 12:01:20 2012 by Anna
Learning to embrace the dirty life
Posted Wed Jul 25 12:01:18 2012 by Anna
Dividing up The Dirty Life
Posted Wed Jul 18 12:00:46 2012 by Anna
"Explore thyself"
Posted Wed Jul 11 12:00:54 2012 by Anna
Thoreau's deductive reasoning
Posted Wed Jul 4 12:01:06 2012 by Anna
Book club read #2: The Dirty Life
Posted Mon Jul 2 12:01:03 2012 by Anna
Developing an appreciation for nature
Posted Fri Jun 29 12:00:51 2012 by Anna
Posted Wed Jun 27 12:01:02 2012 by Anna
Do hunters appreciate nature more deeply?
Posted Wed Jun 13 12:04:32 2012 by Anna
Voluntary simplicity for the poor
Posted Wed Jun 6 12:01:06 2012 by Anna
Dividing up your hours when you don't work
Posted Wed May 30 12:01:17 2012 by Anna
Thoreau on company and being alone
Posted Mon May 21 06:39:05 2012 by Anna
Thoreau's staycation
Posted Mon May 14 07:26:25 2012 by Anna
Thoreau on buying land
Posted Mon May 7 07:01:06 2012 by Anna
Thoreau on "Economy"
Posted Mon Apr 30 07:34:06 2012 by Anna
Book club read #1: Walden
Posted Wed Apr 18 12:00:40 2012 by Anna

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About us: Anna Hess and Mark Hamilton spent over a decade living self-sufficiently in the mountains of Virginia before moving north to start over from scratch in the foothills of Ohio. They've experimented with permaculture, no-till gardening, trailersteading, home-based microbusinesses and much more, writing about their adventures in both blogs and books.

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