Family Homesteading and Off the Grid Blog Hop #19


Welcome to week 19 of the Family Homesteading and Off the Grid Blog Hop! Summer is here, and with the kids home Wendie and I can expect a lot more to be accomplished during our longer days. We are looking forward to harvesting the broilers next weekend, and with a little rain dashed with some gorgeous sunshine, the garden is booming! Before you move on to the hop, we wanted to share an article from last week that talks about how we make our incomes on the homesteadEnjoy!

How We make our Incomes


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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

Our featured blog post from last week is from Nancy over at Nancy on the Home Front. She takes a look at CSA's from a first timer's perspective. Congratulations, and thank you so much for sharing!

My First CSA Order

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Nancy W said…
Thank you so much for featuring my post on my CSA Order. Having always had our own large vegetable garden not having a garden and getting vegetables through a CSA is a new experience1
WT Abernathy said…
It was a wonderful article, Nancy. Thank you for sharing!