FAMILY HOMESTEADING AND OFF THE GRID BLOG HOP #8


Welcome to week 8! We had some exciting and practical homesteading posts from last week (so if you haven't read them, be sure to go back and do so) and this week is shaping up quite nicely as well. We've been doing some work of our own around the homestead, and even created a post about our spring thaw walkabout.

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It's the Family Homesteading and Off the Grid Blog Hop!


Wendie and I are excited to read what fabulous tips and lessons you have to share, and look forward to commenting on each one. Please share your very best!

The Family Homesteading and Off the Grid Blog Hop will take place every week, running from Thursday to Thursday, and welcomes homesteading and off the grid bloggers from around the world. Whether your interests lie in off the grid solutions, homesteading, DIY projects, recipes, gardening, livestock, food preservation or anything related, you will find it here.


Featured Post from Last Week

Thank you, Lisa from New Homesteaders Almanac for sharing your post on the differences and benefits of using hay and straw!

Guide to Using Hay or Straw in the Garden 

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Comments

Lisa Lynn said…
Thanks for featuring my post from last week!
WT Abernathy said…
Hi Lisa!
What a great piece. It might seem like everyone who farms might know the difference, but I don't think that's the case. Great for getting the spring garden and pen chores done right:)
Cheers!