We’ve gotten lots of feedback on the last episode from folks who wanted to go to that workshop and have never been able to. It got me to thinking. What if we do a homesteading workshop right here this coming September? In former years, we have had one or two orientations followed by lots of raucous camping fun, but wouldn’t it be fun to do something that allows us all to share best practices from Tennessee on what we are best at?
Deal: Cider Hollow wants to offer 5% off their bare root trees and comfrey. Get ’em while you still can!
Wild Forage Nutrition in the Spring
Beta-carotene (Vitamin A pre-cursor), B vitamins (B1/Thiamin, B2/Riboflavin, B3/Niacin), Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
Iron, vitamins, and fiber
Vitamin A, Calcium, Iron
Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin K, Calcium
Observing your local forest
Right now as spring is springing – it is a great time to see what likes to grow in you area – and glean inspiration from it
Wild raspberry and blackberries
Hairy vetch and other vines
These all grow on the edges and also provide us food in my area
We also have
These varieties are already acclimated to our region – look at where they grow on their own
Stories from the Holler
Facelift for spring
Ducks are back in synch with us
Communities versus guilds
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