A review of plant based options for treating worms and fleas in farm dogs and barn cats.
Want to grow and dry your own herbs? Have you tried it and wound up with a moldy mess? Don't worry - it's easy and takes less than 5 minutes to dry herbs in your own home, with tools you already own! Because we regularly harvest plant material from our native prairie, we have a … Continue reading How to dry catnip, oregano, basil, and other leafy herbs
Before embarking on our journey to beekeeping, we did a lot of research. We attended meetings, met with mentors, read scientific studies, and devoured book after book. When it came time to pick up our bees, we felt quite prepared. And we knew exactly what to do! Our goal was to raise healthy honey bees. … Continue reading The SECRET to healthy Honey Bees!
Grocery stores only stock a small glimpse of the variety of food on this planet. What are you missing? Nothing beats homegrown, local produce. Strawberries are meant to be eaten straight from the field; still warm from the sun. The best pineapple is found in Hawaii, the best avocados in Mexico, the best oranges.... You … Continue reading The Best Wild Edibles & Rare Fruits for Cold Climates
Spotted beebalm champions in sandy soils! It brings light and brightness early in summer, providing fragrant blooms and nectar for pollinators. Spotted Bee Balm (monarda punctata) - a wonder to behold and rarely found outside of sand prairies. It's a very unique plant; as tough as it is beautiful. Our spotted bee balm came from … Continue reading Spotted Bee Balm – Good for bees, medicinal, beautiful